When Mike Morse found out that children in his neighborhood couldn't afford backpacks for school (some even used trash bags to carry their books), he knew he had to do something. Now, he's helping hundreds of students get prepared for a better education.
Carl Schneider, a Special Education teacher at Whitney Achievement Elementary School in Memphis, TN, began walking his students home from school three years ago when he realized that most of the kids walked alone through dangerous neighborhoods. Now, he's started an amazing trend.
Just before Todd Bachman was going to walk his daughter, Brittany, down the aisle, he made a quick change of plans. Rushing down the aisle, and in front of a waiting crowd, Todd grabbed his daughter's stepfather, Todd Cendrosky, and led him to their daughter.
It wasn't Melissa's idea of a dream vacation. Sitting with her family, she was about to enjoy a meal when her youngest threw a full-blown temper tantrum. Just when she thought everyone in the room would revolt, something surprising happened.
Like most of us, Karim just wanted to do something nice for someone else. So he approached a homeless man and offered him some money. But when the man asked for him to sit and wait for him for a minute, Karim never could have imagined that this was the reason why.
YouTubers Moe and ET wanted to see how people would treat a homeless child, compared to a homeless adult. The result is horrifying but just when you think it can't get any worse, something beautiful happens.
Most of us wouldn't exactly think of trash bins as being masterpieces, but Brett does. Watch him transform a common trash bin into something beautiful.
Racism can be a touchy subject for a lot of people. But there has never been a more important time to address it. In just two short minutes, this film illustrates one of the biggest problems facing people today.