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Teen robs social worker at knifepoint in the Bronx

Teen robs social worker at knifepoint in the Bronx

This incident actually happened to Julio Diaz in 2008. It was reported at that time on the StoryCorps program on NPR. Recently StoryCorp teamed with Upworthy and turned Julio’s story into an animated video for the #WhoWeAre series. The moral of Julio’s story sounds very familiar, treat others as you would like to be treated.

This story was published on HuffPost, Man’s Unexpected Reaction To Teen Who Held Him Up At Knifepoint Retold In Powerful Video.

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Pat Kincaid

Powerful, profound presence.

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Ann Fontaine

Love this- a great example of Sunday's Gospel - "come up higher"

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Jay Croft

Enjoyed the video, but is it really necessary to use "like" every time dialogue is introduced?

Yes, I'm a genuine Old Curmudgeon.

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