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Jesse Lewis Choose Love Foundation

Jesse Lewis Choose Love Foundation

Scarlett Lewis, Jesse's mother, says she was not surprised to learn that her son's last act was to save his classmates. What an incredibly inspiring woman. Her words: "With Jesse, I have absolutely no regrets. I loved him to pieces, he knew it, and I knew he loved me to pieces. That is a blessing. Jesse was a gift." And she created the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Foundation ♥

Jesse Lewis Choose Love Foundation: Our mission is to create awareness in our children and our communities that we can choose love over anger, gratitude over entitlement, and forgiveness and compassion over bitterness. Our goal is to create a more peaceful and loving world through planting these seeds of wisdom.

Jesse Lewis

Jesse Lewis

Marking the two-year anniversary of the tragedy at Sandy Hook school (December 14, 2012), we helped the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Foundation tell their story of hope and reconciliation. We continue to support their message of collaboration, and look forward to their programmatic successes and outreach successes burgeoned by videos like this one.

Cage Free Website: Keep it clean and interesting, easy to read and full of interactive multi-media...like the Cage Free website.. 1. Homepage 2. Interactive Portfolio 3. Swipe & Click Project Page 4. Video (Jesse Lewis Choose Love Foundation video featured)

The Conway Family Donates $50,000 to the Avielle Foundation

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The Avielle Foundation | Reducing violence in our communities through mental health initiatives and community development to support and protect vulnerable populations.

Women do 66% of the world's work but earn only 10% of the world's income. When a woman generates her own income, she reinvests 90% of it in her family and community. via https://twitter.com/DFID_UK/status/440458180393697280 @DFID_UK

Little boy holding American Soldiers hand~I love our Soldiers

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What Native Americans think about gay marriage...

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Transcript of dustin hoffman talking about his role in tootsie and how it made him think about the way he treated women.

"Mother-Daughter-Doll," Photographer Boushra Almutawakel posed one of her daugh­ters with her doll in a sequence show­ing how women fade to black by increas­ingly dras­tic ways to cover up and ultimately vanish.

HULA HOOPING Photo COPYRIGHT 2013 ALISSA PARKER

President Barack Obama delivers remarks on gun violence