26 September 2008

Alberto Murillo, Salinas Chess Coach

A video report from KSBW starts, 'Organizers say they want to build a chess movement and give kids in Salinas an early and realistic alternative to turning to drugs and gangs.'

Salinas Students Play Chess (2:55) • 'A program aimed to keeping kids off the streets is teaching them how to play chess.'

Murillo: 'I wouldn't be here right now if it wasn't for chess. Chess helped me through school, it helped me get into college, and I know it could help other students, too.'

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