Story by Brett A. Halbleib | Photos by Lorenzo Tugnoli
It was 5 a.m. on a Saturday in Afghanistan, and Yazmany Arboleda found himself in a room that was filling up quickly.
A steady stream of students and activists were arriving. They’d volunteered to help Arboleda carry out a “living sculpture” on an unlikely canvas: the streets of Kabul. Until they walked through the door, though, Arboleda wasn’t certain how many would show up.
Read this December 2013 Kiwanis magazine story about a Key Club Alumni member who wanted to change perceptions of Afghanistan … ten thousand pink balloons at a time.
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