The Guardians of the Galaxy (GotG) are a band of outcasts in a constant state of transition. Moving galaxy to galaxy, they search for the main character, Star-Lord’s, father. They embrace their mobility and are forced to adapt to their new surroundings. The Guardians all share a history of isolation and abandonment and have an unspoken language that binds them together. The understanding that they've walked the same path provides a familiar, non-judgmental space where they can let their guard down and embrace their heritage. One of my favorite lines from the film says it best, "You can fool yourself and everyone else, but you can’t fool me. I know who you are.”Continue reading
Peace4Kids Executive Director, Zaid Gayle, talks about why producing Cobi's controversial music video to the hit song "Don't You Cry For Me", which graphically depicts a young black man being hanged, was very important in bringing attention to the struggles of youth in foster care.Continue reading
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Watts Rebellion, we’ll share stories highlighting community members who are advancing an “equitable” society for our children. Imagine a world where youth in foster care, who are often unseen and unheard, receive all they need to prosper.
If these stories resonate, please consider
to help raise awareness and support the ongoing development of our community change makers.