Brothers Atman and Ali Smith, and their “brother from another mother” Andres Gonzales decided in college that after they graduated, they were going to do something about the suffering they saw in the world, in a holistic way. They moved back into the neighborhood they grew up in, and started an after-school program for the problem children in a school around the corner from their childhood home. Through this short video watch what love and compassion can do for children who live in the equivalent of a war zone in Baltimore, Maryland.
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