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Stranger Takes Photo of Family at Disney—Then He Promises He’s Not “Creepy” & Makes 1 Heartbreaking Request

"Several minutes later the same man who had just taken our picture walked up to us, in tears, and asked if we had a moment. He promised he wasn't creepy and introduced himself as Scott and his wife as Sally."

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“My Daddy Changed the World”: George Floyd’s 6-Year-Old Daughter Speaks Out With ‘Heartbroken’ Mom in Emotional Interview

George Floyd was at the side of his daughter Gianna from the moment she took her first breath, according to the now-6-year-old’s mother Roxie Washington, who recounted a painful labor while George waited for hours in the room with her.

Gianna Floyd doesn’t know how her daddy died, but she does know that the world is talking about him.

“She doesn’t know what happened,” explained Roxie through a stream of tears. “I told her her daddy died because he couldn’t breathe.”

Those chilling words—‘I can’t breathe’—were George’s last, and have become the rallying cry for those passionately demanding justice for his life.


Floyd died on Memorial Day after Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin knelt on Floyd’s neck, while the handcuffed black man cried out for his life.

“What do you want people to know?” ABC’s Eva Pilgrim asked Floyd’s daughter during an emotional interview.

“Kinda that I miss him,” replied Gianna.

“What was your dad like?” Pilgrim questioned.

Kelsey Straeter
Kelsey Straeter
Kelsey is an editor at Outreach. She’s passionate about fear fighting, freedom writing, and the pursuit of excellence in the name of crucifying perfectionism. Glitter is her favorite color, 2nd only to pink, and 3rd only to pink glitter.

Stranger Takes Photo of Family at Disney—Then He Promises He’s Not “Creepy” & Makes 1 Heartbreaking Request

"Several minutes later the same man who had just taken our picture walked up to us, in tears, and asked if we had a moment. He promised he wasn't creepy and introduced himself as Scott and his wife as Sally."

Beyond ‘Sorry for Your Loss’: 14 Meaningful Ways to Express Condolences

Explore heartfelt and unique ways to say 'sorry for your loss' with our guide. Learn how to offer condolences that truly resonate, including personalized expressions of sympathy and thoughtful gestures to support those grieving.

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Step into your newly single life with confidence and joy. Our guide on how to be single offers fresh perspectives on rediscovering yourself and thriving post-long-term relationship, with tips on how to navigate this new chapter with grace and a sense of adventure.