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Be kind: Volunteers focus on graffiti removal in Greenwich Village

Greenwich Village in Manhattan-A group of volunteers are focusing on removing new graffiti in Greenwich Village.

Approximately 80 people were taken to a street near New York University on Saturday to cancel the job of the destroyer.

Most of the volunteers work at the university and keep the campus buildings clean, so they know all the tips for getting rid of unnecessary mess. The supervisor organized the project.

“We received a lot of gratitude, people asked us what it was, and a lot of positive feedback-it was refreshing, and it spreads to others in the neighborhood. I hope it will be, “said Carlos Zafra.

This cleanup effort was put together within three weeks. There is already another story.

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Be kind: Volunteers focus on graffiti removal in Greenwich Village

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