Friday, March 18, 2011

Students Making a Difference for Japanese Victims

Ever since tragedy hit the land and people of Japan disaster relief efforts have been in full swing. While some have made large and small donations, not everyone is able to reach into their pockets to help the Japanese citizens. Students in the Boston, MA area are doing everything from making paper cranes to hosting their own Japanese Awareness Days to show their concern and support.
Although the trials facing Japan may seem a world away, this tragedy is an opportunity to show students how to be aware of global events and learn how they can do something to help.

To learn more, read the entire article at The Boston Globe

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