Eric Frazier

July 16, 2016 4:22 PM

Why we look for heroes in troubled times

With terror attacks abroad and mass shootings at home, it’s natural to look for heroes

Charlotte found two heroes in 1916 in two black men who rescued six white men from a flood

In these tough times, we shouldn’t just look for heroes; we should ask more of ourselves, too

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