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Honoring America’s History at East-West School

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Ben Sherman, (l.) the principal of the East-West School of International Studies, leads the ribbon cutting with (l.-r.) City Councilman Peter Koo, student Yuxiong Jiang, East-West School Foundation member Lawrence Singer and Yuh-Line Niou from state Assemblyman Ron Kim’s office. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Don Capalbi, representing U.S. Rep. Grace Meng, speaks. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Twelfth-grade representative Jimena Galindo speaks during the ceremony. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Students Yuxiong Jiang (second l.) and Lorin Cheung (r.) are presented with certificates by Yuh-Line Niou from state Assemblyman Ron Kim’s office. They are joined by Principal Ben Sherman (l.). Photo by Christina Santucci
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Ben Sherman, (l.) the principal of the East-West School of International Studies, accepts a citation from David Eng from Assemblywoman Nily Rozic's office. Photo by Christina Santucci

The East-West School of International Studies recently held aribbon-cutting for its Civil Rights Wall, which features prominent figures in the the civil rights movement.

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