This past Tuesday, I led the girls at the Harlem Polo Grounds in a discussion and writing exercise that urged them to talk about their purpose. Their visions of change included everything from education, women’s empowerment, child development, and the elimination of all the “isms”- racism, sexism, classism, and the celebration of love in all its forms. It is inspiring to watch these young women develop their personal mission statement, and to create a space where they can learn to hone in on their “WHY”. Watch the videos below from some of the Girls Club participants in Harlem, and listen in on what they want to contribute to our world. – Ruby
“I want to legalize gay marriage.” - Daija Spaulding
” I want to help kids stay kids, and become adults when the time is right.” (On nurturing child development) – Natasha Croom
“Women are empowered, independent, and strong. My power lies in my hands, and [it's ability] to withhold change.” – Tiffany Collins
How do you envision change?