Although, nowadays we mainly hear from the mainstream media horrible news about the economy, greedy bank executives, and distrust of the economy, it's good to see a story like this come around to make you believe in the power of ordinary citizens: Ordinary citizens doing extraordinary things; an American value.
March 20, 2009
Jorge Muñoz, an ordinary man in Queens, NY, lending a hand to the most vulnerable in his community; doing it in the most humble way in the most powerful city of the most powerful country in the world.
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The NY Times featured the following article:
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