71-Year-Old Man Walks Thousands Of Miles To Promote Peace

Most of us want to make the world a better place. Not all of have actually done something about it—but a grandfather named Al has, many times over.

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This Angel Helps Immigrant Field Workers Live A Better Life!

"What I want to say to everybody is, study your own roots," says Judy Lucas of California. "See how many generations you have to go back to find immigrants. Just treat people like you hope your immigrant family was treated."

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Restaurant and Bike Kitchen Keeps Community Fed and Mobile

When Pepe Fierro first arrived in Lincoln, Nebraska, he had no idea that he would end up making a big impact on his city—twice over!

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The Coolest Bookstore in Las Vegas!

Hurry, hurry, please come to the back room—we don't have much time! Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to write an original book in the next two hours in order to save our bookstore from closure! And... go!

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Amazing Cakes Made By A Teenager Who Loves To Bake

At age 18, Rebi Narins owns a business that she created around her number-one passion: sugar!

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Man Turns Recycled Trash Into Houses for the Homeless

Imagination is a magical thing. And when people put imagination to work in service of others, that magic produces real results—and can change lives. A beautiful example of the power of imagination to make a difference in the real world comes to us from Gregory Kloehn of Oakland, California.

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Gary Sinise, Travels with the USO and Supports Our Troops!

You may recognize the actor Gary Sinise from his role in Forrest Gump: Lieutenant Dan, who fought alongside Forrest in Vietnam—and later reunited with him as a disabled veteran. It was his experience in the role of Lt. Dan that inspired Gary to get involved with helping military veterans who became disabled as a result of their service.

That was back in the 1990s; since then, Gary has committed even more time to supporting current and former military service people. He's gone on several tours with the USO, meeting with and performing for active troops.

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Mother Runs Marathons With Daughter Who Has Cerebral Palsy

"When I run, I feel like my disability disappears."

That's how Arianna Tanghe explains the incredible impact that participating in long-distance races with her mom, Kelli, has on her life. Arianna, who goes by Ari, lives with cerebral palsy. Ari is blind and uses a wheelchair in her daily activities, but that hasn't kept her off the race courses. Inspired by her two older siblings who are both able-bodied athletes, Ari knew early on that she wanted to get involved in some kind of sport, somehow. Fortunately, Kelli was there to help.

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