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Adam Phillips and Daniela Schrier
November 03, 2012 12:13 PM
Hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers are still struggling to regain a sense of normalcy after Hurricane Sandy struck on Monday night, causing mass power outages, flooding and the shutdown of mass transit services. And just as they have in past emergencies, more everyday New Yorkers are helping each other to cope with donations and moral support. VOA's Adam Phillips reports on one community effort undertaken by the Big Apple's youngest citizens.

NYC Children Helping Others Cope with Crisis

Adam Phillips and Daniela Schrier

Published November 03, 2012

Hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers are still struggling to regain a sense of normalcy after Hurricane Sandy struck on Monday night, causing mass power outages, flooding and the shutdown of mass transit services. And just as they have in past emergencies, more everyday New Yorkers are helping each other to cope with donations and moral support. VOA's Adam Phillips reports on one community effort undertaken by the Big Apple's youngest citizens.


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