The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we live, work, study and play, but what it hasn’t shackled is our humanity. Every day, new heroes emerge and are applauded for their efforts — not only the frontline responders, medical professionals and scientists in the labs — but also the people who deliver our groceries, who serenade us with song or make us laugh. Here's to the heroes everywhere who make the world a better place.
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Sandi Bachom is a 75-year-old videographer and MY HERO Film Festival winner who lives in New York City.
Students and Their Heroes
We truly are all in this together and it's time to take action. Each of us can help ease the stress of the pandemic for those around us.
Walk a dog for someone in quarantine, deliver groceries to a friend who can't go to the store, help a local food bank stock up or distribute goods.
At the very least, offer kind words and a warm smile. Be a hero in your neighborhood.
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Organizer created on 4/28/2020 10:03:55 PM by Betty Bailey
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