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Our goal is to create the kind of world we want to live in! Even though the world seems to LOVE shade, we are attempting to provide some sunSHINE to those people! No, we won't discuss Nicki or Cardi's beef, the latest news about Trump, or even recent police-involved shootings... sorry. We are ONLY here to report the GOOD NEWS! Yes, we know there are bad things happening around the world, but our goal is to show you the good... because there is A LOT of it!    If you see a GOOD NEWS story while scrolling, tag us! @wearegoodhumans  See ya there!

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Justin Timberlake Honors 88-Year-Old Fan 'Nammie' During His Orlando Concert: 'I Love You'

A post shared by Sarah Watson (@sarahannewatson) on Mar 31, 2018 at 3:46pm PDT     Justin Timberlake gave one of his biggest fans the “best night ever” on Monday. While performing his Man of the Woods Tour at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida, the 37-year-old “Can’t Stop the Feeling” singer shouted out 88-year-old Bette “Nammie” Maloney — telling her, “I love you.”  Back in March, an Instagram video of Nammie receiving tickets to see Timberlake went viral, with a shocked Maloney asking her granddaughter Sarah Watson, “Is this for real? For real, real?” “I’ve been trying to figure out how to save money to go,” she said, tearing up. “I’m going to Justin Timberlake!”  She got to do even more on Monday. Not only...

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Many forgot about Flint, but he did not.

Remember when the WORLD talked about Flint, MI.? Remember when EVERYONE wanted to help? When we found out Flint, MI. residents did not have access to clean water, we all came together and did what we could to help! From small communities to A-List celebs, everyone was inspired to help! The crisis was all over social media. Not so much television media attention..... Most news outlets mentioned it, but like many other tragedies that hit urban communities, it only gets a little airtime, then slowly but surely, people forget, move on with their lives, jump on the next trend and the tragedy is no longer thought about. That's what happened in Flint. The crisis was brought to our attention in 2014. Yea,...

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It Takes A Village Baton Rouge

What began with a cooked meal and a conversation with caring volunteers soon evolved into trusted relationships – ITAV soon created family and community in Baton Rouge where there were none. As ITAV faithfully works to provide food and clothing while also promoting dignity to their homeless neighbors, lives are transformed and spirits are lifted. Their efforts helped to build a network of resources to lift them off the streets. Every Sunday,  ITAV meets under a bridge in Baton Rouge and supplies the community with clothing, shoes, hot meals and entertainment! It's like one big family reunion every Sunday. Not so much focusing on the disadvantages, but celebrating community and life. "Relieving immediate hunger is fundamental step towards emotional and spiritual...

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