In these tumultuous and challenging times, let’s all try and uphold the values & ideals of Martin Luther King Jr.

His infamous “I Have a Dream” speech delivered from the steps of Washington, D.C’s LincolnMemorial in front of approximately 250,000 people on August 28, 1963, is forever etched in history. Today marks the birthday of the revolutionary civil rights movement leader, Martin Luther King Jr. Born in Atlanta, Georgia, King was pivotal in ending the legal […]

‘Teaching our boys to always give back & be grateful to those that help us’: A mom & son’s random act of kindness amid the heartbreaking destruction of the California Wildfires

With the death toll of “Camp Fire” currently estimated at around 48 and 80 people missing — most of them senior citizens, the California Wildfires are now considered to be the deadliest and most destructive wildfires in the state’s history. 100,000 acres of land have been destroyed in Northern California by Camp Fire, and in Southern California, 94,000 […]

Rallying for Children over Politics

Since May this year, it has been reported that more than 2,300 migrant children have been separated from their parents under Donald Trump’s “zero tolerance” border policy. The national and international outcry as images of crying children emerge has become deafening as people take to the streets to rally and protest against what many claim is […]

'It just breaks my heart that so many people in our country, and in this world, are going through such difficult times and are treated so poorly': A man's 2,600-mile bicycle tour to help those in need

On Aug. 25., 2017, as Texas began to feel the wrath of Hurricane Harvey as the Category 4 hurricane became the first major hurricane to strike southern Texas since Celia in 1970, two Wildland Firefighters, Kevin Conley and Jay Anderson from Montana, left their jobs to go help those who were looking at their life in tatters after the catastrophe natural disaster. […]


A man on a very inspiring mission: Veteran Paul Gaumond is 729 miles along the Appalachian Trail in his bid to raise money for others who served

Exactly a year ago, we started documenting the story of Paul Gaumond, a retired vet who was preparing to walk the 2,190 miles along the Appalachian Trail. The Appalachian Trail is the 3rd longest trail in the United States, ranging from Maine to Georgia. It covers 14 states, and a year ago, Paul estimated twelve months […]

'Every day we see her becoming more and more of who she is meant to be': An update on Marian McGlocklin, the little girl battling childhood Alzheimer’s

Last May, we started chronicling the story of Marian McGlocklin, who then at just 19-month’s, was diagnosed with a fatal genetic disorder called Niemann-Pick disease type C (NPC). Over time, NPC children slowly lose the ability to move, eat, speak or even breathe. Most diagnosed with NPC are not expected to live past their teenage years and the life expectancy of those diagnosed with […]

Wayne McNeil is a survivor of gun violence

Plagued by anxiety, living in perpetual fear, and a life left in tatters… and this is a survivor’s account of being the victim of gun violence in America

On Wednesday, America again witnessed a scene all too familiar: Sending their children off to school to get an education, to create a better life for themselves, only to be slaughtered at the hands of a mentally ill teen, who had a history which would have raised alarm bells everywhere — yet he could purchase […]