“When you see someone doing the wrong thing, you need to do the right thing.”
When an 11 year old witnessed a hit-and-run, it would have been easiest to walk away. But that’s not Ziarra Griffin, who Andrew Sipowicz will “remember for the rest of my life.”
“The piece of art that put Ziarra Griffin on national television was drawn on a whim in the back seat of her mother’s SUV. It happened a few weeks ago on a quiet Monday afternoon, just after the 11-year-old climbed off a First Student school bus stopped on Blaine Avenue in Buffalo.”
The full story is HERE.
Watch the video HERE.
With 6th graders like Ziarra, there is hope for youth and adults alike that integrity and honesty continue to thrive within our world.
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