Violence, hyper-sexualized messages in movies as well as music and low self esteem are just a few of the issues our young black girls must cope with on a daily basis. We often tell our girls to behave like young women yet few adults feel responsible for guiding them on the path to womanhood. On this Wednesday's edition of Mind Magick w/ Lady Dee we will be joined by La'Keisha Gray-Sewell, founder of Girls Like Me Project Inc., as she shares 5 key things we must do for Black urban girls so they can realize their values, break barriers , transform their community, and be game changers.
La'Keisha Gray-Sewell, is a new media relations and strategic communications consultant by trade, and a girls advocate by life assignment. She is an ubran youth advocate, cultural critic, and founder of Girls Like Me Project, Inc; a not-for-profit group mentoring program which seeks to help inner-city adolescent girls identify and critically analyze the cultural, social and environmental messages that influence their development. Ultimately helping them learn to naviagate beyond those messages to make positive life choices and connect globally with their peers.
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