Tag Archives: Good Deeds

Cardinal Cafe — Annette Rochelle Aben

Filling the trees with treats They made all by themselves With things from pantry shelves For hungry birds Peanut butter and seeds Sugar cones for ice cream And working as a team They made the bells From the window they … Continue reading

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David Bruce: Good Deeds Anecdotes

In July 1967, race riots took place in Detroit, Michigan. People died. Buildings burned. Everyone was on edge in Flint, Michigan, where no rioting took place. A few weeks later, the family of documentary filmmaker Michael Moore decided to go … Continue reading

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David Bruce: Good Deeds Anecdotes

People respected the dancer/ choreographer Katherine Dunham. In Paris, France, the luggage of her dance troupe was not released to them because workers on strike in the port of Cherbourg were using it to block a road. However, when the … Continue reading

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