Volunteers at Southeast D.C. school pitch in on MLK Day
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Volunteers at Southeast D.C. school pitch in on MLK Day

Ferebee-Hope Elementary School in Southeast Washington was filled with volunteers and the smell of fresh paint Monday as several hundred people -- from White House staffers to concerned mothers -- pitched in to turn faded white walls into blue and yellow with brightly colored animals. (Hamil Harris/Edited by Jason Aldag/The Washington Post)

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