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There are a few online dispatches of good news coming out of Boston: the New York Times and Mother Jones both have great reporting, detailing the heroism...

#click3 Runners run for Boston

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1. The Boston Marathon bombings might have suspended your faith in humanity. This anecdote will bring it back: A group of soldiers dressed in full combat uniforms -who had already completed the Boston Marathon earlier in the day- ran right into the action, aiding victims, pulling off debris, assisting medics and saving lives. Read about this heroic act at Mother Jones and the New York Times.

2. Twitter fan Schuyler Hill alerted us to “Run For Boston,” an active spreadsheet encouraging solidarity with the effected Boston Marathoners through simple act of running.

3.  In response to cable outlets misreporting the apprehension of the Boston Marathon Bomber, Hayes Brown of Think Progress tweeted:

CNN right now: assets.sbnation.com/assets/516980/…

— Hayes Brown (@HayesBrown) April 17, 2013


#click3 Runners run for Boston

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