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Charlottesville Kids Promote Kindness in Video Response to Sandy Hook

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Thirteen children in Charlottesville are spreading a positive message in response to the Sandy Hook tragedy.

The video, called "All People Matter" or "APM-28," is an attempt to bring people together. Organizers say after Sandy Hook all the attention was focused on gun control, but that preventing these tragedies starts with people being kind to one another.

"My goal is to spread the message around the country, perhaps around the world, and to have people to genuinely think about how they can make a difference in the lives of other people as opposed to waiting for their legislator, waiting for the president, waiting for the governor," said organizer Alex Zan.

The children were recognized at City Council earlier this week. To watch the video, click here.

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