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Clap because we care

"We're all spiritual beings, just having a human experience."
The 7 o'clock cheer becomes a dance party in Brooklyn.
A rainbow appeared on Monday night during the cheer, and the night before someone on a fire escape plugged in for a Jimi Hendrix tribute.
Every night, New Yorkers unite through a 3-minute clap for essential workers starting at 7 p.m.
The clapping will now take place every night at 7 p.m.
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