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deeIf you haven’t already heard about this on social media, one of the cheerleaders at Lincoln Middle School in Kenosha, Wisconsin, is Desiree Andrews, an eighth-grader who has Down syndrome. At a recent basketball game, Desiree was getting bullied from the stands. That’s when some of the players took action by calling a timeout, walking off the court, and telling the bully to stop. Player Scooter Terrien said, “Then all of the guys got together to show her support. It’s not fair when other people get treated wrong because we’re all the same. We’re all created the same. God made us the same way.” Since then the gym has been affectionately renamed in her honor: They’re calling it “D’s House.” Athletic Director Timothy Nieman said that the nickname has stuck, and he’s erecting a banner with the title. Read the whole story here.