Right Footed
You Don't Need Arms to Lift People Up.

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Right Footed - Abridged
Right Footed tells the story of 29-year-old Jessica Cox, who was born without arms as a result of a birth defect but who turned her so-called disability into a powerful…
Right Footed
Right Footed tells the story of 29-year-old Jessica Cox, who was born without arms as a result of a birth defect but who turned her so-called disability into a powerful…

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