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APS kids choose campaign to spread kindness through dance

Erica Zucco
November 10, 2017 07:18 AM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- This weekend, families have a chance to check out a free, kindness-centered performance by students at one Albuquerque elementary school.

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Each year, students at the Janet Kahn School of Integrated Arts are asked to come up with a mission statement for what they want to share with the community.

"The kids come together. They decide what we stand for, what they want to promote as a class,” teacher Erin Mayer said.

This year, the students chose the "Dance for Kindness." They'll join groups across the globe in a "freeze mob," standing still for minutes at a time, and a "flash mob" where they’ll dance and try to spread a little positivity throughout Albuquerque.

It’s part of a global initiative to bring people together simply in the pursuit of promoting kindness. Their performance will be held at 1 p.m. on Sunday in Old Town.

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