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    Ocean Sole: Turning Trash Into Arti
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    Mackenzie Buckwalter
    July 03, 2014 12:19 AM
    From Kenya to Washington may seem a long way to travel to spread a simple environmental message. But one group from Nairobi is doing just that at the annual Smithsonian Folklife Festival. Mackenzie Buckwalter has more for VOA on their work cleaning up their nation’s coastline -- and turning discarded rubber sandals into art.

    Ocean Sole: Turning Trash Into Art

    Mackenzie Buckwalter

    Published July 02, 2014

    From Kenya to Washington may seem a long way to travel to spread a simple environmental message. But one group from Nairobi is doing just that at the annual Smithsonian Folklife Festival. Mackenzie Buckwalter has more for VOA on their work cleaning up their nation’s coastline -- and turning discarded rubber sandals into art.


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    by: Marcos Antonio Mattar from: Rio de Janeiro -RJ Brazil
    July 05, 2014 3:32 PM
    Nice way to save our ocean sole as a work of art.Best wishes.

    by: lacyseal from: USA
    July 04, 2014 10:12 PM
    Wow.. This is really amazing...I hope many can SEE THIS.