Mina SayWhat Helps Mighty Writers Break Guinness Book World Record

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On Tuesday July 26th, Mina SayWhat hosted a “write off” with Mighty Writers and 3,000 kids from the Philadelphia area. The goal was to break the Guinness Book World Record for most kids writing non stop at the same time in the same place – 15 minutes. The write off was held at 11am in front of the Philadelphia Art Museum on the infamous “Rocky Steps.” The topic was “If I Were President” – very fitting since this was done on the day Hillary Clinton was nominated to be the first woman presidential nominee for a major party during the DNC which was held in Philadelphia . Check out pictures and video below.

At the #phillyartmuseum hosting the @MightyWriters event to break the Guinness World Record for most kids writing in one area. 3,000 kids here!

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The #phillyphanatic and the @villanovau wildcat came out to support the 3,000 kids writing to break the Guinness World Record @mightywriters

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Some of our @mightywriters that helped break the Guinness World Record today for most kids writing in one area. The topic “If I were president”…

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From the @mightywriters event i hosted with 3,000 kids writing an essay on “If I Were President” video on @cbs_philly #dnc2016

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