11-year old Marley Dias started a campaign to collect and donate 1,000 books that told stories about black girls as the center of their narratives. When she started a hashtag that quickly spread and gained popularity throughout social media, it took her to the center of a narrative.
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Jeff Johnson explains how this young lady made her own wildest dreams come true at such a young age with a bit of inspiration, focus and determination. Click on the audio player to hear him explain more in this edition of ‘3 Things You Should Know’ on “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show.”
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