11 year old's "El Paso Challenge" -- counter random violance with kindness


After the attack in El Paso Texas last week, an 11-year-year old named Rub en Martinez was afraid to go to Walmart to buy groceries. This began a conversation with his mother who suggested that he figure out a way to help people in the community heal from the tragic event.

The young boy got to work and came up with the #ElPasoChallenge. Ruben's idea is to have everybody commit at least 22 good deeds, one for every person who lost their life in the shooting. He wrote down his ideas and his mother shared them on Facebook, where they quickly went viral.


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