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Paper Cranes for Japan: The Journey of Two Million Cranes

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Published on Mar 4, 2012

Over the past year, we've witnessed the incredible journey of 2 million paper cranes, mailed in by thousands of young people worldwide to support Japan, after the devastating earthquake on March 11, 2011. We think this story will inspire you, too. This 4-minute film captures the story of the Paper Cranes for Japan campaign, and how it became a worldwide movement.

Inspired? Join our latest Students Rebuild challenge today to turn your creativity into dollars for rebuilding lives! "A Path Forward" is about taking a collective stand against humanitarian crises by making a bone—out of material you choose—as part of a participatory arts project to cover the National Mall in Washington, D.C. with 1,000,000 handmade bones.

This simple gesture of unity and hope will have a powerful visual impact, generate critical funds, raise awareness, and help rebuild lives in Somalia and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Learn more: www.studentsrebuild.org

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