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Humans of Metea: Abi Bradshaw


Abi Bradshaw is currently a sophomore who is involved in speech, theater, and choir. She has recently been an activist to end breast cancer.

What is Avon39?
Avon 39 is a 39 mile walk to end breast cancer. Each walker has to raise $1,800, and does their best to walk 39 miles over two days.

Why is the cause so important to you?
This is really important to me because I lost my grandma to breast cancer. She battled the disease for 14 years. I walk in honor of her.

When did you start walking, and when are the Avon39 walks?
I started training in August, but started my official training regimen this month. The Chicago walk is June 3 and 4 this year.

Is there any link that contains more information?
You can donate directly from my page:

How else can people contribute if they can’t donate?
You can also support me with prayers and encouragement, or joining me for a training walk. This is going to be a tough journey, so everything helps.

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Zainie Qureshi, Metea Media Editor-in-Chief
This is Zainie's third year on staff and she is Metea Media's current Editor-in-Chief. Frankly, she loves too many things and is unable to list them all. Find her in the music hall, the news room, and tripping over her shoelaces on the way to class. Not to mention various other locations around the school, including the whiteboard of the band room and the floor of the tech shop, where her instagram/twitter handle (@crazyzainiee) is painted on the floor. She's also the only one who finds her jokes amusing, but she's okay with that.

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