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Greenberg benefit photo

LABOR OF LOVE: More than $600k was raised on behalf of the Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village in Rwanda on Tuesday evening at an event in N.Y.C. honoring S-Curve Records founder/CEO Steve Greenberg. The event featured musical performances by the Roots, Nick Jonas, Betty Wright and Diane Birch, all pictured here with Greenberg. The village provides a positive living environment and education to 500 Rwandan teenagers who were orphaned years ago as a result of the Rwandan genocide. (5/20a)

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