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Vancouver Giants pink flash mob: video

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This past weekend over 1800 students from 16 elementary and secondary schools from across Metro Vancouver gave the audience of this Sunday’s Vancouver Giants game a huge treat when they broke out in a choreographed flash mob dance that they had been rehearsing for months. The aim of the video is to spread the word of acceptance among students.

It is the latest (and biggest) choreographed dance organized by Vancouver School Board (VSB) staff and students. Last year’s video garnered 60,000 views and the year before (the first year of the flash mob) has racked up 1,200,000 views.

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