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Armond Young On Mission Of Human Kindness Walk

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  Original Published: 9/12/2013 Armond Young walks to remember the fallen of 9/11 and the solders who can walk no more. Young's "Human Kindness Walk" passed through Mansfield Wednesday on the twelfth anniversay of nine-eleven after walking through Ashland the day before. His cross-country excursion began three years ago in Santa Monica, California, all the way to Ground Zero in New York, and now on his way back from where he started. His "Human Kindness Walk" also exemplifies that expression as he performs random acts of kindness. explains his message behind his walk and has people sign a flag on the pole he carries where they promise to perform an act of kindness. Young says he hopes to attain 1-million signatures when his round-trip journey across America ends in about one-more year's time.
   
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