Good News Headline 4/7/20

Leah Ella Simi Valley Jessica Bishop
Courtesy of Jessica Bishop
Leah, left, and her sister, Ella, sit in front of their three“kindness tables”filled with toilet paper, soap, food, hand sanitizer, toiletries and other necessities in front of their mother’s Simi Valley home on March 28. The sisters want to help those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic, so they’ve been working on the project while school’s are closed due to the health emergency.

 

Making Ear Guards, Raising Money, And Giving Back: How Kids Are Proving Our Future Is So Bright

by Angela Andaloro, Little Things

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Student Makes Face Masks To Accommodate Deaf People And Those Hard Of Hearing

by Faima Bakar, Metro

The world seems to be facing shortages of protective face masks as we attempt to tackle the coronavirus pandemic… Read More

 


 

Yale's Massively ‘Happiness’ Course Is Available Free Online

from Sunny Skyz

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Oceans Can Be Restored To Former Glory Within 30 Years, Say Scientists

by Damian Carrington, The Guardian

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Anonymous Maryland Mom Gives Free Food During Coronavirus Pandemic

from CBS 13 Baltimore

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Support For Medicare For All Is Surging To All-time Highs During The Coronavirus Outbreak

by Jake Johnson, Good Magazine

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Thailand Elephant Park Set Animals ‘Free’ And Scrap Heavy Wooden Seats For Good After Tourist Numbers Drop

by Kara Godfrey, The Sun

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