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LeVar Burton Is Planning To Read To Us Again, Beginning This Friday

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LeVar Burton Is Planning To Read To Us Again, Beginning This Friday

The reason we all know that the answer is “in a book” is because LeVar Burton told us for over 26 years via the Reading Rainbow. Now the cultural icon is planning to help everyone quarantining by extending his podcast, LeVar Burton Reads, to a livestream via Twitter Live. Burton is blessing us with three sessions on a weekly basis. They kick off this Friday beginning with a reading for adults at 9PM ET, followed by a session for children every Monday at 12PM ET and one for young adults every Wednesday at 6PM ET. In other words, he has everyone covered!  ...

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Woman Shaves Hair & Eyebrows In Solidarity With Sister Battling Cancer

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Woman Shaves Hair & Eyebrows In Solidarity With Sister Battling Cancer

Yep. We’re crying too! A young woman shaved her hair in eyebrows in solidarity with her sister who is undergoing cancer treatment. The video, shared to Instagram by user “Trill Cami,” shows the two sisters side by side as Cami tells viewers that she “shaved her head today for her sister” because she felt ugly as a result of her hair falling out due to cancer. As her sister Gaby continues to cry, Cami begins to shave her eyebrows.  Gaby turns in astonishment as Cami starts to affirm her while shaving the facial hair, letting her know that “these are...

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First Grader Uses Savings To Make Care Packages For Seniors And Feed Students

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First Grader Uses Savings To Make Care Packages For Seniors And Feed Students

The children will lead us! 7-year-old Cavanaugh Bell is using his savings to make care packages for seniors and feed students amidst the coronavirus pandemic, Fox 29 reports.  The Maryland youth used $600 that he saved from Christmases and birthdays to help some of the people experiencing hardships.  “What’s up guys! I’m at Target. Thank you for your donations, and look at all the stuff we got,” Cavanuagh said in a video posted to social media. “Don’t forget our senior citizens. They need to eat too,” he added in another one.  Two years ago Cavanaugh created a nonprofit to help...

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This Dad and His 4-Year-Old Daughter Are Cheerleading Squad Goals

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This Dad and His 4-Year-Old Daughter Are Cheerleading Squad Goals

Bring it on! 4-year-old Jayden Pollard and her father, Roland, are spreading #GirlDad goals across social media, one cheerleading routine at a time.  The father-daughter duo are growing a fanbase with each post that features Jayden nailing cheer stunts with the help of her dad. “We started the second she could stand up on her own, but [she] didn’t take it serious until about 3 months ago, around December of 2019,” Roland told Because of Them We Can. View this post on Instagram 3/12/20- The day Jayden fell in love with cheerleading. #beastmode A post shared by Roland Pollard (@rolandp90x) on...

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Led By Brittany Packnett, People On Twitter Rally To Donate Over 10k To Local Food Banks In The Midst of The Coronavirus Pandemic

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Led By Brittany Packnett, People On Twitter Rally To Donate Over 10k To Local Food Banks In The Midst of The Coronavirus Pandemic

We all we got! MSNBC commentator and activist, Brittany Packnett Cunningham, and her husband, photographer Reginald Cunningham, got on Twitter last night to rally donations for local food banks to help support communities in response to the state of emergency caused by the novel coronavirus. With schools and multiple businesses suspending operations to help slow the spread of the coronavirus aka “The Rona,” thousands of people raised their voices to express concern for students and families who would struggle to eat as a result of the closures.   Cunningham took to Twitter to spread love and the power of community...

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