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We were so honored to serve as panelists for The Greater Piney Grove Baptist Church #YouthLivesMatter Panel and Youth Amplified Program this past Friday alongside some amazing community leaders discussing what we can do to keep young people safe encouraged and set up for success. Pictured here (speaking) MetIncPowerCo CEO/Founder Josette H. Evans and (in pink) Director of Learning & Development Pamela Brown-Mosley. Super Shout Out to Youth Pastor DeMarcus Preyer for the invite coordination and execution! #JustSayYEStoYouth #Amplified #YouthLivesMatter #Community #TheGrove #OurPartnersRock #OurBoardRocks
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Was your youth group at the #Gathering17 ? . . . #youth #YouthLivesMatter #youthmotivators #youthprograms #youthjuice #youthebestest #youthworkers #YouthLeader #youthclub #Elim #ElimFamily #Limitless
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(Pictured here) MetIncPowerCo Director of Learning & Development, Pamela Mosley-Brown engaging in a dialogue with area youth about what they want to see change in their communities as panelist for the #YouthLivesMatter Panel and Youth Amplified Program at The Greater Piney Grove Baptist Church in DeKalb County this past weekend. #JustSayYEStoYouth #JSY2Y #TheGrove #ThePowerofYES #OurBoardRocks #community #OurPartnersRock #youth
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Free Me Fast interactive mural painted for a written poetry project by SF youth who are currently incarcerated. #FreeMeFast is a project in collaboration between teaching artists, Maddy "MADlines" Clifford @mad.lines and Vanessa "AGANA" Espinoza, SF Arts Commission, SF Public Library and Intersection for the Arts. Take a selfie and tag us located in Cypress Alley between 24th and 25th st.#freeme #poetry #madlines #agana #poetryproject #mural #art #sf #sfyouth #missionmurals #lamission #cypressalley #djagana #dj_agana #graffiti #art #poeticjustice #HowWeFight #nojusticenopeace #prosecutethepolice #freedomofspeech #freethechildren #freemenow #bethechange #youthvoicesmatter #youthlivesmatter #streetart #artforchange #artivism
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Georgina Callander, who was 18 years old, passed away on May 22, 2017 in the Manchester bombings at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, United Kingdom.On May 22, 2017, an extremist suicide bomber set a homemade bomb as people were leaving the Manchester Arena, following a concert by Ariana Grande. 23 people died, including the attacker, and 139 people were wounded, more than half of them being children. Hundreds more suffered psychological trauma. The bomber was Salman Ramadan Abedi, a man of Libyan ancestry. Around 10:30 pm that night, the man detonated an improvised explosive device packed with nuts and bolts to act as shrapnel, in the foyer area of the arena. The bomb was also strong enough to kill people up to 20 meters (66 ft) away. Georgina’s mother, Lesley, said that Georgina had been “like a beautiful melody who lit up the room with her famous smile”. Georgina loved art, ballet, taekwando and Bolton Wanderers football club. Her father Simon said that Georgina had been due to study children’s nursing at Edge Hill University and compassion had been her hallmark, adding: “She didn’t have a bad bone in her body.” Her brother Daniel said it “was infectious how she made you feel,” adding that his “geeky” sister had been “a ray of sunshine on the darkest of days.” Georgina also previously met Ariana Grande and was a huge fan of her. #georginacallander #georginabethany #ripgeorginacallander #ripgeorgina #gonetoosoon #gonebutneverforgotten #arianagrande #arianagrandeconcert #manchester #manchesterunitedkingdom #manchesterengland #manchesterbombing #prayformanchester #unitedkingdom #manchesterarianagrande #onelovemanchester #onelovemanchesterconcert #teenlivesmatter #youthlivesmatter #manchesterarena
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Eilidh MacLeod, who was 14 years old, passed away on May 22, 2017 in the Manchester bombings at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, United Kingdom. On May 22, 2017, an extremist suicide bomber set a homemade bomb as people were leaving the Manchester Arena, following a concert by Ariana Grande. 23 people died, including the attacker, and 139 people were wounded, more than half of them being children. Hundreds more suffered psychological trauma. The bomber was Salman Ramadan Abedi, a man of Libyan ancestry. Around 10:30 pm that night, the man detonated an improvised explosive device packed with nuts and bolts to act as shrapnel, in the foyer area of the arena. The bomb was also strong enough to kill people up to 20 meters (66 ft) away. Eilidh MacLeod went to the Ariana Grande concert with a friend, who suffered serious injuries in the attack. The teenager loved make-up, her phone, social media, music, Harry Potter and playing in pipe bands. Her father Roderick said her talent at piping had brought her confidence, adding: "She was growing into a lovely young woman with this fantastic gift she was able to express herself with." Her mother Marian said she had been a “quirky” girl who “wasn’t hard to love”, while her aunt Margaret said she was “a blonde-haired, green-eyed bundle of fun with perfect quips, one-liners and an infectious laugh.” #eilidhmacleod #ripeilidhmacleod #ripeilidh #gonetoosoon #gonebutneverforgotten #arianagrande #arianagrandeconcert #prayformanchester #manchester #manchesterunitedkingdom #unitedkingdom #manchesterbombings #manchesterbombing #teenlivesmatter #youthlivesmatter #childrenslivesmatter #onelovemanchester #onelovemanchesterconcert #manchesterengland #manchesterarena
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Liam Curry, who was 19 years old, passed away on May 22, 2017 in the Manchester bombings at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, United Kingdom.On May 22, 2017, an extremist suicide bomber set a homemade bomb as people were leaving the Manchester Arena, following a concert by Ariana Grande. 23 people died, including the attacker, and 139 people were wounded, more than half of them being children. Hundreds more suffered psychological trauma. The bomber was Salman Ramadan Abedi, a man of Libyan ancestry. Around 10:30 pm that night, the man detonated an improvised explosive device packed with nuts and bolts to act as shrapnel, in the foyer area of the arena. The bomb was also strong enough to kill people up to 20 meters (66 ft) away.Liam Curry had been at the Ariana Grande concert with his girlfriend Chloe Rutherford, who was also killed. His mother Caroline said he was a "fine cricket player" and an avid cyclist, who also loved to ski and had met Chloe after becoming friends with her brother. “Chloe and Liam were made for each other - just completely at their best when they were together,” she said. She added that the 19-year-old, whose father died 8 weeks before the attack, had dreams of becoming a police officer, but said he was relaxed about his plans, adding: "Liam took everything in his stride and was laid back as ever.” #liamcurry #ripliamcurry #ripliam #gonetoosoon #gonebutneverforgotten #prayformanchester #manchesterunitedkingdom #manchesterengland #arianagrande #arianagrandeconcert #manchesterarianagrande #manchesterarena #manchesterbombing #manchesterbombings #unitedkingdom #teenlivesmatter #youthlivesmatter #onelovemanchester #onelovemanchesterconcert
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Morning morning folks! #lovethyself #lovethyselfmondays #ltm #urloved #belove #self #love #selflove #selfcare #purposestudios #ps #purposed #youth #youthviolenceprevention #youthsuicideprevention #youthadvocacy #youthlivesmatter #mentalhealth #behavioralhealth #mentalhealthawareness #behavioralhealthawareness #create #life #expressyoself #positiveoutlets #stressrelief #artisticexpression #creativearts #live #youthentrepreneurship
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Chloe Rutherford, who was 17 years old, passed away on May 22, 2017 in the Manchester bombings at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, United Kingdom.On May 22, 2017, an extremist suicide bomber set a homemade bomb as people were leaving the Manchester Arena, following a concert by Ariana Grande. 23 people died, including the attacker, and 139 people were wounded, more than half of them being children. Hundreds more suffered psychological trauma. The bomber was Salman Ramadan Abedi, a man of Libyan ancestry. Around 10:30 pm that night, the man detonated an improvised explosive device packed with nuts and bolts to act as shrapnel, in the foyer area of the arena. The bomb was also strong enough to kill people up to 20 meters (66 ft) away.Chloe Rutherford had been at the concert with her boyfriend Liam Curry, who was also killed. Her father Mark said Liam had “looked after her with such care and love, always putting her first in all they did together”. He said “Flossy”, a nickname she had earned because of her long hair being “like candyfloss”, had been a "gorgeous young lady" with a "secret passion" for writing music, who had had "her life ahead of her". She was "a real English rose, with blonde hair and the most amazing blue eyes and a smile that could light up a room and bring the sunshine out,” he added. #chloerutherford #ripchloerutherford #ripchloe #gonetoosoon #gonebutneverforgotten #teenlivesmatter #youthlivesmatter #childrenslivesmatter #prayformanchester #manchesterunitedkingdom #manchesterbombing #manchesterengland #arianagrande #arianagrandeconcert #manchesterarena #manchesterarianagrande #manchesterbombings #onelovemanchester #onelovemanchesterconcert
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Activism break...I wrote a story similar to this my last book, called the last day of Denise Clark.After the last year we just had activism might look shiny and awesome on the outside, but the reality is, we're fighting for people who don't even know they need to be free.Activism takes a toll on you mentally, spiritually and physically.A lot of us find the strength to fight the evils no one is willing to deal with or speak about publicly; together, but at the end of the day we still have to come home and fight our own traumas. Some of us find the evils on the outside easier to deal with than the ones we face everyday. After 7 years I still wake up everyday and chip away at the boulder that is my own personal battle, knowing that some people don't even see the walls their encased in.~ J Summers#AllBlackLivesMatter #JusticeForAaronPope #YouthLivesMatter#JusticeOrElse #ExpectUs #Sankofa419#YouMatter #YouAreRoality #AdjustYourCrown #OhioFreeMovement #Aid4Flint #JusticeForJoJo#JusticeForDannyBrown#ResistResearchRepair#CSRN
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Megan Hurley, who was 15 years old, passed away on May 22, 2017 in the Manchester bombings at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, United Kingdom.On May 22, 2017, an extremist suicide bomber set a homemade bomb as people were leaving the Manchester Arena, following a concert by Ariana Grande. 23 people died, including the attacker, and 139 people were wounded, more than half of them being children. Hundreds more suffered psychological trauma. The bomber was Salman Ramadan Abedi, a man of Libyan ancestry. Around 10:30 pm that night, the man detonated an improvised explosive device packed with nuts and bolts to act as shrapnel, in the foyer area of the arena. The bomb was also strong enough to kill people up to 20 meters (66 ft) away.Megan Hurley had been given a ticket to the concert as a birthday surprise and had been at the show with her elder brother Bradley. He said they had had a strong bond and the same “pop culture obsession”. “Music became a running theme in our lives and it was something we loved just as much as we loved each other," he said, adding that he did not “cry or get sad when I remember her. I smile". Her parents Michael and Joanne said she had been growing into a "beautiful young lady, living her life to the fullest”, adding: "You will forever be our beautiful beauty queen." #meganhurley #ripmeganhurley #ripmegan #gonetoosoon #gonebutneverforgotten #prayformanchester #arianagrande #arianagrandeconcert #manchesterunitedkingdom #manchesterarena #manchesterengland #manchesterbombing #manchesterbombings #manchesterarianagrande #teenlivesmatter #youthlivesmatter #childrenslivesmatter #onelovemanchester #onelovemanchesterconcert #meganhurleyfoundation #unitedkingdom
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Olivia Campbell-Hardy, who was 15 years old, passed away on May 22, 2017 in the Manchester bombings at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, United Kingdom.On May 22, 2017, an extremist suicide bomber set a homemade bomb as people were leaving the Manchester Arena, following a concert by Ariana Grande. 23 people died, including the attacker, and 139 people were wounded, more than half of them being children. Hundreds more suffered psychological trauma. The bomber was Salman Ramadan Abedi, a man of Libyan ancestry. Around 10:30 pm that night, the man detonated an improvised explosive device packed with nuts and bolts to act as shrapnel, in the foyer area of the arena. The bomb was also strong enough to kill people up to 20 meters (66 ft) away.Olivia Campbell-Hardy was at the concert after being given a spare ticket by a friend on the day. Her father Andrew Hardy said she had been a "daddy's girl" with an "infectious smile", while her mother Charlotte Hodgson described her as her "princess" and her "shadow". Olivia had been "born with a twinkle in her eye" and was "full-on" from the minute she woke up until she went to sleep, her father said, adding that "music was her life" and she had performed at the Manchester Arena and auditioned for Britain's Got Talent. Her mother said “Ollie” was a “funny kid” who "will always be in my heart". “She told me she was going to be famous one day and get a house in New York, and she wanted me to have a big house and a cleaner to do my ironing so I could have a break.” #oliviacampbellhardy #ripoliviacampbell #ripolivia #ripoliviacampbellhardy #gonetoosoon #gonebutneverforgotten #prayformanchester #manchesterengland #manchesterarena #manchesterunitedkingdom #unitedkingdom #arianagrande #arianagrandeconcert #manchesterbombing #manchesterbombings #teenlivesmatter #youthlivesmatter #childrenslivesmatter #onelovemanchester #onelovemanchesterconcert #manchesterarianagrande
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It’s normal to feel anxious about moving to a new place, starting a new job, or taking a test. This type of anxiety is unpleasant, but it may motivate you to work harder and to do a better job. Ordinary anxiety is a feeling that comes and goes, but does not interfere with your everyday life.In the case of an anxiety disorder, the feeling of fear may be with you all the time. It is intense and sometimes debilitating. This type of anxiety may cause you to stop doing things you enjoy and starts to effect your daily quality of life.Symptoms of anxiety in youth may include nervousness, shyness, isolationist behaviors, and avoidance. It may also lead to unusual behaviors such as acting out, performing poorly in school, skipping social events, and even engage in substance or alcohol use.Let's talk mroe about it over on WhatsApp today from 1-2pm! See you there :)#YouthBench #Zimbabweans #MentalHealth #GroupChat #MentalIllness #Community #YouthLivesMatter #Youth #YouthGroup #Pakaipa #Zvakaoma #Zimbabwe #Kufungisisa #Depression #Anxiety #Stressed #ImLost #Instagood #MentalWellbeing
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