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Natalie Portman Urges People to Give Their Running Shoes to the Kibera Project

October 19, 2007 (2:08 am) GMT
Natalie Portman and fellow actor Anthony Edwards are teaming up to support the Kibera Project.

Having a full plate on her acting agenda today, takes time to give hand at social works. The movie actress is supporting the so-called Kibera Project.

Kibera, according to justjared.buzznet.com, is Africa's largest slum where 1.2 million impoverished people live on a garbage dump roughly the size of Central Park without drainage or sewage; many without a single pair of shoes.

Giving hand to support the project, Portman is teaming up with fellow actor doing the best they can that is by make use their celebrity status to urge people to give their running shoes to the Kibera Project .

In partnership with Shoe 4 Africa, both public figures invite you to join in the project by visiting Shoes4Africa.org for more information.

On screen, Portman has just had her latest movie "" released on September 29th. The drama-comedy flick, according to wikipedia.org, grossed an estimated $140,000 in 2 theaters in its opening weekend.

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