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Man asks people to "Honk 4 Hope" as he bikes across U.S., raising awareness for suicide prevention

CBS News Friday, 25 September 2020
28-year-old Patrick Diederich is cycling from his home in New York all the way to San Francisco this month, and he's wearing a sign on his back asking people to honk at him – for a good reason.
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