FRI, OCT 21
A student at Georgetown University extended the hand of friendship to one of the many workers who keep that esteemed school running and the simple act started a movement.
A Georgetown University student group called Unsung Heroes works to acknowledge campus employees such as janitors, bus drivers and security guards. The group raised funds to help Oneil Batchelor, a janitor with starting a catering business, a life-long dream.(Facebook.com/unsung.heroes.organization)
Georgetown University student Febin Bellamy found that there are sometimes things that we don’t even see, that keep people apart. Last year, Febin committed a simple act that created a lot of change.
Suru Ripai always smiles at the kids in Georgetown University’s main dining hall, even though he has a reason to be at least a little sad. He hasn’t been home to his family in South Sudan in more than 45 years.
“Bellamy made it his mission to bring attention to dozens of other workers on campus — workers who largely escape the attention of the people who benefit most from their hard work. Bellamy started a Facebook page called Unsung Heroes and filled it
Georgetown University business student Febin Bellamy was one of hundreds of college students on the school’s campus who completed his daily routine — going to…