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November 05, 2012 9:07 PM
A week after superstorm Sandy, hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers are still without power and with no place to cook. The American Red Cross has helped prepare tens of thousands of meals and has delivered them to the areas that need them most. VOA's Adam Phillips takes a look at the Red Cross operation and the people who make it work.

American Red Cross Feeds Hungry After Hurricane

Published November 05, 2012

A week after superstorm Sandy, hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers are still without power and with no place to cook. The American Red Cross has helped prepare tens of thousands of meals and has delivered them to the areas that need them most. VOA's Adam Phillips takes a look at the Red Cross operation and the people who make it work.


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