In a world where bullying, and violence surrounds us daily, it's nice to remember there is still a lot of good in the world, even if it's sometimes overshadowed.
Jetta Fosberg, a 10 year old from Dayton, Ohio recently made the bold decision to cut off her long hair 14 inches, and donate it to Wigs for Kids; an organization that helps kids who have lost their own hair during cancer treatments.
Despite the ten year old's do-gooder nature, after returning to school with her new haircut, she was met with bullying and taunting by a group of male classmates who insulted her by calling her ugly, and saying she wants to be a boy.
Despite the teasing, the mature Jetta told NBC's WHDH that she would donate her hair all over again if she had the chance and that "it was just the right thing to do and it makes me feel good."
"Knowing that there are people who think that my haircut is cute and that they think I'm a good person, it kind of helps me like fight against them,"she went on to say, when speaking about the bullying at school.
Meanwhile, Jetta's mom, Heidi Fosberg has met with the principal of the school, as well as filed an incident report. The school confirmed they are currently investigating the matter, but Fosberg says all she really wants is an apology for her daughter.
We agree... Give Jetta the apology, and praise she deserves!
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