Corey Fleischer was driving through town one day and spotted “KKK” spray-painted on a moving van. He had his power-washing tools with him, and convinced the owner of the van to let him remove the paint. Within minutes the symbol of hate was gone, and Fleischer realized his purpose in life. Now he removes hateful graffiti across the globe.
He’s an inspiration. If we all did a little bit more to help improve our communities: picking litter, cleaning common places that get missed by authorities, helping our homeless and working poor, the world would gradually become a better place. We MUST send a message that the government is not responsible for every little detail. By holding on to our humanity we hold on to our society.