A selfless act by two Freshmen who wanted to help a student being bullied
Freshman Michael Todd had endured weeks of bullying at MK Prep because his mother did not have enough money to buy him clothes.
At first, football Freshman Kristopher Graham joined in with jeering him, but later felt bad and wanted to do something to help Michael.
He decides to give Michael clothes out of his own closet and called on his friend Antwan Garrett to also support his efforts.
This Monday, Kristopher, and Antwan show up to Michael's class to present him with the gift and the heartwarming exchange was caught on camera.
It is videos like this that remind all that showing kindness and love is the best way to beat bullying.
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