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A joint delegation from the United Nations and the American Jewish Committee visited the Harlem Hebrew Public Charter School, located in the northern part of Manhattan, to hear ideas from children as young as second grade including how to “help the world get along” and “bring fresh water to Africa”.

Harlem Hebrew is a dual language public charter school that serves a deeply diverse student body. Students become proficient in modern Hebrew, learn to become global citizens, and benefit from classes that are diverse ethnically, economically, and racially.

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