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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — After the Tree of Life Synagogue massacre, the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh sought to find a way to quickly respond to a tragedy to help children dealing with the emotional effects.

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The museum first created an exhibit called “XOXO: Love and Forgiveness” in 2014.

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Now, after the synagogue shooting, they have recreated it in different formats that can easily travel and “pop-up” anywhere it’s needed, within days or hours of a tragedy.

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For more information on the exhibit, visit Kidsburgh at this link.

Kristine Sorensen