We found 284 posts for Fairness

Emmanuel Kelly – From Heartbreak to Success in Music and in Life!

When Emmanuel Kelly auditioned for the X Factor, he hoped the judges would like his singing, and they did! But not only were the judges moved by his singing, they were also moved by his incredible story. You see, the beginning of Emmanuel’s life was anything but positive……..as babies, he and his brother were abandoned…

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Mona Counts – Helping Where It's Needed Most

As a nurse and professor at Penn State University, Mona Counts has many achievements to her name. But her most significant accomplishment is not in a hospital or on a college campus. It’s in the Appalachian Mountains…… In 1994, Mona saw that the poor, rural Appalachian community she lived in desperately needed healthcare. So Mona established the Primary Care Center of Mount Morris, a place that provides…

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14 Cows for America – An Incredible Offering Born Out of Compassion

Wilson Kimeli Naiyomah is originally from the Maasai tribe in Kenya. But on September 11, 2001, he was in New York City when the terrorist attacks took place. Kimeli witnessed firsthand the horrendous tragedy that occurred that day. Several months later, he visited his native tribe in Kenya. While there, he told them the story of…

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Jorge Munoz – An Angel in Queens

At 5’2”, Queens resident Jorge Munoz might not seem to have a big presence. But every night at 9:30, when he heads to a subway stop near his home, Jorge is the man of the hour. That is because every night, Jorge brings a hot dinner to over a hundred people in need of one – immigrants who…

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Brad Cohen – From Misunderstood Boy to Outstanding Success

Brad Cohen is a husband, father, second grade teacher, and author. And, oh yeah, he has Tourette Syndrome. Although Brad has a severe case of Tourette Syndrome, which causes him to have facial tics and make “barking noises”, he has not let it stop him from finding success in life. Because of his Tourette Syndrome,…

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Andrew Adansi-Bonnah – At 11, He's Already Making a Difference!

Andrew Adansi-Bonnah is only 11, but he’s not too young to make a difference. Recently, Andrew saw pictures of the famine in Somalia. When he saw that children just like himself were starving to death, he decided he wanted to do what he could to help. Andrew was on an 8-week break from school, and…

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Jennifer Zwilling – Putting a New Face on Tourette Syndrome

Jennifer Zwilling is just your average young lady, and she wants to make sure everyone knows it. This is because Jennifer also has a disorder, one that many people don’t understand…. The disorder Jennifer has is Tourette Syndrome, and it is a condition whose symptoms many misinterpret as acts of inappropriate behavior. Because of this, Jennifer decided she wanted to…

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Ryan Hreljac – Giving Clean Water to the World, One Well at a Time

When he was in first grade, Ryan Hreljac learned that there were people in the world who had no clean water, and it moved him. Right then and there, he decided he wanted to help people get clean water. So Ryan started doing extra chores and raising money to provide wells for people in underdeveloped countries. In 1999, at…

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Ashley Rhodes-Courter – Helping Foster Kids Find Families!

When Ashley Rhodes-Courter was a young girl, she didn’t know what it was like to have a family. Placed in foster care as a toddler, she ended up being shuffled to 14 different foster homes before she was 12 years old. In some cases, Ashley was subjected to physical and mental abuse. But when she was…

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Divine Bradley – At 17, He Was Already Trying to Change the World!

When Divine Bradley was 17, he already knew he wanted to change the world. He began his quest by founding Team Revolution, a group that enlisted young people from ages 13 to 23 to participate in his program and do their parts to help change the world for the better. This video tells the inspirational…

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