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Savoy Elementary School students Hope Brown, 7, second from left, and Deshean Dean, 9, center, get their makeup done by Rechelle Rice, left, and Otisi Okiyi Jr., right, both part time art program assistants before students perform a flash mob dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" in front of the National Portrait Gallery as a way to teach music theory, movement and the impact of the song on the music industry and the "cultural fabric of our society," Washington, D.C., Thursday, November 8, 2012. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)
Photo by: ANDREW HARNIK
Savoy Elementary School students Hope Brown, 7, second from left, and Deshean Dean, 9, center, get their makeup done by Rechelle Rice, left, and Otisi Okiyi Jr., right, both part time art program assistants before students perform a flash mob dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" in front of the National Portrait Gallery as a way to teach music theory, movement and the impact of the song on the music industry and the "cultural fabric of our society," Washington, D.C., Thursday, November 8, 2012. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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