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BROOKLYN-A photo exhibit in Brooklyn, of foster children is helping them find permanent homes. The exhibit is in the busy Atlantic terminal in Brooklyn and the pictures were taken my world known photographers. The New York Daily News reports:

For the next month, commuters passing through downtown Brooklyn’s busy Atlantic Terminal will be greeted by the smiling faces of 50 foster kids searching for permanent homes.

Life-sized portraits of the kids taken by renowned photographers were unveiled yesterday as part of a “Heart Gallery” on display in hopes of enticing potential parents.

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