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Boys And Girls Club

Tags: Health & Wellness


By Kayla, 11
Recorded at Carnegie Library, Brookline on April 12, 2011
Description:
Kayla discusses why she feels that girls and boys should have separate clubs in order to learn better ways to get along.



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