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School Children Respond to Japan Quake

BROOKLYN, NY, April 20, 2011 — According to Japanese lore, a wish is granted to anyone who folds one thousand paper cranes. School children got to work folding paper cranes, raising hope and raising money to help Japan rebuild after the devastating quake. (2 min., 12 sec.)


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