Kindness is so cool.

By: Ali Stevens

In cities across the country, muralists answer our Call for Kindness.

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On today’s Up To Speed, guest host Ali Stevens shared the latest on our Call for Kindness campaign, which continues to be a force for good across the country. We partnered with artists from cities across the U.S. to get their creative take on what kindness means to them. They each designed and painted a mural on an approved outdoor wall in their city. These pieces of “kind” art will inspire thousands of passers by for weeks and months to come.

And even cooler? Each mural has a QR code that links to a greeting from a local V Teamer to teach passersby about A Call for Kindness.

Contributing artists included:

If you’re in one of our mural cities, snap a selfie with the mural and share it with us @InsideVerizon on social. And be on the lookout for a new set of Kind cards that will be available soon. And, as always, wherever you are, remember to be kind!

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About the author(s):

Ali Stevens is a member of the Verizon Corporate Communications team specializing in events and communications.

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