Transcript for ABC News' John Quinones: Lessons from 'What Would You Do?'
This is "What would you do?" "What would you do?" Is the ultimate reality show, because the reactions we capture are real, raw, from the heart. I was so scared for you. So real, that schools and universities now use video clips of our scenarios in class. Teaching people to be good citizens of the world. To have compassion and empathy. Compassion, empathy. Some of the many lessons in my new book which is all about doing the right thing and chasing your dreams. Something my sisters and I learned about very early in life from our parents, Bruno and maria. As a little boy, I picked cotton with my family, in these fields in south Texas. Now, championing the underdog is made easier, because in these fields I was one myself. And that's why San Antonio was the first stop on my book tour. Your show really dissects things that allow us to talk about to our children. I used to shine shoes on Guadalupe street. I also spoke to thousands of students, encouraging them to shoot for the stars. When you do your job right, try to give a voice to people who don't have a voice. John's book is available now, and the all-new season O
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