Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Once Bullied, Now an Inspiring Philanthropist



Eleven-year-old Zoe Terry was once bullied because of her skin color and "puffy" hair.  She now inspires other girls to love the skin they're in by donating Black dolls to needy girls.  Zoe is also in the process of creating her own doll line.  As a result of her appearance on Good Morning America, she now has a mentor:  Debbie Sterling of GoldieBlox.

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4 comments:

  1. I am glad to see so many young people trying and making a difference! Good for her!

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    1. I am, too, Ms. Leo. I am very proud of her and others like her who are doing positive things for their communities and the world at large.

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  2. What can I say, except that things like that make me feel so positively proud and happy.

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    1. I, too, love reading about children who are making a difference in our world.

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