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Rookie Quarterback Gives First NFL Check To 3 Cafeteria Workers

Rookie Quarterback Gives First NFL Check To 3 Cafeteria Workers

Rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson of the Houston Texans gave his first NFL paycheck to three cafeteria workers who had lost everything during Hurricane Harvey. Watson surprised the NRG Stadium employees by handing over his first NFL game check, worth about $28,000, to help them get back on their feet after sustaining substantial damage to their cars and homes from the hurricane. In a video posted by the Houston Texans, Watson is seen distributing three envelopes with ribbons on them to three women who work in the team's cafeteria. "For what you all do for us every day and never complain,...


Former White Supremacist Chooses Love Over Hate After An Unlikely Friendship

Former White Supremacist Chooses Love Over Hate After An Unlikely Friendship

"I don't want my kids to live the life I lived and live with hate. I want my kids to know me for who I am now—a good father, a hard worker, and a good provider." Everything changed when he met Tiffany Whittier, a black woman who was assigned to be his probation officer. Whittier would become much more than a probation officer to Kent. Today, he considers her family. When Whitter first visited Kent's home she noticed he had German war flags hanging on the wall. "She said you need to take that crap down and start putting up...


Couple who launched nonprofit to cover hospital parking extends program

Couple who launched nonprofit to cover hospital parking extends program

CHICAGO - Carrie and Terry Meghie's son Jackson Chance spent all but two days of his 10-month life in a hospital. He was born two months early with lungs that were not fully developed. The cost of parking all day, every day at Prentice Women's Hospital, followed by Lurie Children's Hospital, was hardly the couple's most pressing concern. But they knew it was a barrier for many families whose babies were in the neonatal intensive care unit, and they launched the nonprofit Jackson Chance Foundation in 2013 to raise money to offset parking costs and make way for parents to...


GOOD HUMAN NEWS: Trae Tha Truth Hops in a Boat to Help Victims of Hurricane Harvey in Houston

GOOD HUMAN NEWS: Trae Tha Truth Hops in a Boat to Help Victims of Hurricane Harvey in Houston

By Charles Holmes August 29, 2017 5:06 PM Trae Tha Truth is a national treasure. The Houston rapper was interviewed on Fox 26 today for his efforts in rescuing victims of Hurricane Harvey and he was riding in a boat to help out. Trae, riding through the flood water, describes how he started saving people with the boat and assisting the fire department with friends to get to victims. When asked by a Fox 26 reporter why he was braving the elements, Trae gave an answer that showed his compassion and how his experience with the hurricane made him want to help others...


The Good Human Campaign invades NASHVILLE!

Becky Russell

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The Good Human Campaign invades NASHVILLE!

Yesterday, we met at the pedestrian bridge by the  John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge in Nashville, TN. at 11 am. We waited for people to arrive then we walked across the bridge holding our signs of choice. Many swapped out signs frequently. We didn't shout, or disturb anyone's peace. We just held up signs displaying messages of love, peace, and unity. With over 25 people in attendance, we took up a lot of space on the bridge as we walked from one end to the other and back. Many people stopped and watched, others took video as we walked. Some even asked to take pics...