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Horrific Act of Violence Brings out the Best in This Community

Friends, neighbors, and total strangers rallied to Ron Moon’s side after the community center worker was robbed and beaten.

Ron Moon quit his job to build a community center out of a house in Cincinnati, Ohio, but the house kept getting burglarized. When Moon came across the men that had been breaking in, they beat him. After a vicious attack like that, most of us would throw in the towel, but not Ron. He is determined to fight for his community and won’t let anything stand in his way. This video from AJ+ highlights Moon’s touching story of determination and the outpouring of support from people all over the country after he first shared his experience on YouTube.

\nBloodied, But Still Determined

Bloodied, but determined. Here's how the world rose up to support one man's cause.


Posted by AJ+ on Friday, June 5, 2015

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