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This Atlanta Man Risked His Life To Save Over A Dozen Animals From A Fire

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This Atlanta Man Risked His Life To Save Over A Dozen Animals From A Fire

He's a hero! While getting ready to walk his pit bull, Bravo, Keith Walker risked his life to save animals from the W-Underdogs animal shelter on Dec. 18. The 58-year old Atlanta man rushed into the building, which was engulfed in flames after a fire started in the kitchen. "I was nervous as hell, I'm not going to lie. I was really scared to go in there with all that smoke. But God put me there to save those animals," Walker told CNN. "If you love a dog, you can love anyone in the world. My dog is my best friend,...

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This 9-Year-Old Used His Own Money To Buy Bikes For 20 Children This Christmas

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This 9-Year-Old Used His Own Money To Buy Bikes For 20 Children This Christmas

Tis the season of giving! The holidays bring out the best in people. Last week 9-year-old Josh Cox from Mobile, Al, “The Young CEO” as his father calls him, used his own money to buy 20 bikes for children this Christmas. Anthony Cox, Josh’s father, said his son is a young entrepreneur. Up until three months ago Josh, 8 at the time, had a party rental business, then started working for his father’s transportation company, Cox Transportation. Anthony told reporters that Josh oversees a truck and a driver. “On paper we put him as the operations manager and so just...

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This Preschool Director Took A Second Job As An Uber Driver To Give Her Students Christmas Present

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This Preschool Director Took A Second Job As An Uber Driver To Give Her Students Christmas Present

Educators are superheroes! Renee Dixon, the preschool director of Lynhurst Baptist Church Preschool, is doing Santa's work for him this year. After work, instead of going home, she hopes in her Kia Sorento to begin her second job as a Uber and Lyft driver to earn money to buy her 50 students and their sibling's gifts this Christmas. "So many of our families don't have money to get Christmas presents this year. Some parents have lost their jobs, others have had their wages cut back," Dixon told The Washington Post. "A lot of them already come from low-income families and...

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11-Year-Old Boy From New York City Wrote Motivational Book "Me and My Afro" To Uplift Children During The Pandemic

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11-Year-Old Boy From New York City Wrote Motivational Book "Me and My Afro" To Uplift Children During The Pandemic

Respect his crown! Aiden M. Taylor, an 11-year-old boy from New York City, has written a motivational book during quarantine to raise other children's spirits during the pandemic. Entitled "Me and My Afro," Taylor worked with his mentor, Spencer Jaffe, to create the book. "People need inspiration," Aiden told ABC 11. "They're probably feeling down. Because of the pandemic, kids can't play outside. They have to wear masks, and that's wack. So I decided to make a book about self-love, and that would get them energetic and feeling much better." Taylor and his mentor have been building their relationship for three...

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This Teacher Uses Dance To Keep His Virtual Students Engaged In Class

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This Teacher Uses Dance To Keep His Virtual Students Engaged In Class

Dance, dance education!  Educator and philanthropist, Azel Prather, has his students dancing in their seats - literally. In a post that’s gone viral on Instagram, the PreK and Kindergarten teacher shows off his students moves following their exercise class. He wrote that he uses music and dance to keep the students engaged.   View this post on Instagram A post shared by Azel Prather Jr. (@hail_zel) Prather told Because Of Them We Can, 'We do our dance party at the end our our workouts. Kids want to be in class because they know it’s fun. They know we get to dance, be shown...

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