This whistle-sister is a ONE WOMAN machine after my own heart!
Even though she's in South Africa, a person doesn't have to go far to experience the true wildlife with heroes like June!
SHE PERSISTS....and inspires others, on so many days where she isn't even sure where her next meal will come from, and can't get any sleep from the gunfire right outside in her neighborhood from gangs and random shootings. June keeps on fighting.
Speaking up, and caring about others with a loving, giving heart, she still fights.
And THAT, is what being a whistleblower means.
An undying drive and desire, even when you feel alone, and you aren't sure you have anything else to give. Despite attacks from strangers and even people and co-workers you once thought were your friends. To endure .......for the sole purpose of making just one other life better.
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