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Jennings High, Vashon High, and Roosevelt High School are three high schools in St. Louis that offer more to students than education. These three St. Louis area high schools offer something most St. Louis high schools don’t; an on-site clinic inside the school.
The Ferguson Youth Initiative is a collective effort to engage teenagers between the ages of 13-19 years old. The organization works with youth to enrich their lives, promote collaborations and develop of sustainable programs geared directly towards the youth of Ferguson. We sat down with a youth member and their director to see how they are making a positive impact in the Ferguson community.
Many single parents overwork themselves to make a better life for their child(ren). Consider that children are equivalent to seeds that trees [parents] encourage growth. Unfortunately, the ground that seeds are planted in aren’t the best environments for growth sometimes. Many seeds are planted, but not every seed becomes a tree. Unfortunately, every child can’t say they grew up to be what they dreamed of. Jermaine Lamarr Cole (J. Cole) became a tree within the boundaries of Forest Hills Drive.
We all see how much money celebrities make, and some of us may think, ‘All these rich people do is carelessly spend their money on whatever their heart’s desire!’ But that’s not true for all celebrities. We decided to highlight a few of your favorite celebrities and their charitable ways.
Beats by Dre introduced a new generation of sound entertainment. Founded in 2006, by Dr. Dre and Adam Iovine, the two brought a different twist to the headphone industry bringing excitement and emotions into music playback. They began the company and created the headphones because they disliked the music piracy and they were unsatisfied with the quality of music according to Inc.
Wesley's Theory was released on Kendrick Lamar’s third studio album, To Pimp A Butterfly, in March 2015. The song was inspired by Wesley Snipes being sent to jail for not paying his taxes. With this track, Kendrick Lamar raised a serious issue about African American rappers and their financial education.