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Buying masks, delivering food: Teens step up in pandemic
by Jamie Stengle
The Associated Press Translate This Article
27 August 2020
On 27 August 2020 The Associated Press reported:
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, communities across the country have discovered a powerful resource that has stepped forward to make a difference: America's teenagers. They have delivered groceries to older adults, offered online tutoring, emailed sick children, [and] helped feed the hungry. And then there are those like 15-year-old Valerie Xu, who raised money to buy masks to donate to a Dallas hospital and homeless shelter.
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