Help Umpqua Community College commemorate a year since the school massacre by sharing a video representing a ransom act of kindness. Hashtag it #umpquacares too.
KINDNESS: Mission from @umpquacc ahead of 1year marker of devastating loss. 530 #LiveOnKMTR, https://t.co/mW6m8H5KRq pic.twitter.com/sMcTcR0Jeg
— Anthony Kustura (@anthonykustura) September 28, 2016
One year after the shooting at Umpqua Community College that took the lives of eight students and a part time writing instructor, the community is still struggling to emotionally recover. To aid in this effort, there is a social media campaign that runs for the month of October to promote connection and good will. When something positive happens to you, try to pass the deed on to another person. Then, post your act of kindness online using #UmpquaCares to get other people to join in.
Tweet your response to @ds106dc and be sure to include the hashtag #tdc1736
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