Streetfilms: The Anti-Idling Rap

From our friends across the country comes a Streetfilm highlighting some of the "Livable Streets Education" outreach in Brooklyn.

If you don’t have the time or inclination to take four minutes to watch a film about some of the cool things happening 3,000 miles from here; at least take a couple of seconds to watch a young-man rap about the dangers of idling cars at the beginning of the film or the now-famous "anti-idling" rap and dance available at the 3:15 mark.

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