Recently, a 30-year-old woman known as Diva (also known as @stonelover43 on Instagram) in Washington, D.C. sadly went viral after being thrown in a dumpster by men in the area. I’m not even going to share that disgusting video or other details. The point is that others saw it and wanted to step in to show this girl some love, including some female entrepreneurs in her own area!
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Washington D.C. has been in the news lately with a bold statement painted on the street near the White House that says plainly: BLACK LIVES MATTER. The street was also renamed Black Lives Matter plaza and has brought in people from all over to see the street mural.
That includes a young figure skater who wanted to inspire and touch the world the best way she knew how.
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Love this creative and cute idea! A mom down in Texas has created a line of teddy bears that helps teach young children letters, colors, and more in two different languages.
Dr. Tameka Maiden came up with the idea after trying to teach her then-1-year-old daughter, Tori, her colors. However, she wanted Tori to have more exposure to the world than just the English language. “Most kids don’t learn a second language until they’re in high school, so I was like, ‘How about I start them early and that way, they’ll have the foundation and by the time they get older, it’s something that they have and they can expand off of?” Tameka shared in an interview with PEOPLE.
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This 10-year-old girl has turned a traumatic experience into a major triumph by bringing art to over 1,500 kids currently in foster care and homeless shelters during the COVID-19 quarantine.
Chelsea Phaire, who resides in Danbury, CT, started her own nonprofit organization, Chelsea’s Charity, with her parents back in August 2019 which supplies art kits to at-risk children. Since the charity’s inception, she has donated hundreds of art kits to homeless shelters, women’s shelters, and schools impacted by gun violence in 12 US states. Continue reading “10-Year-Old Creates Art Kits For Over 1,500 Kids In Foster Care and Homeless Shelters During Quarantine”
You guys know that I love highlighting what people are doing in their communities, specifically during this time of crisis. It’s also always great to see young people out here committed to making this world a better place. That rings true of this next teen I’m featuring today.
High schooler Hita Gupta is a sophomore at Conestoga High School in Berwyn, Pennsylvania. She has been creating care packages for nursing home residents in her area during this pandemic!
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