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.
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Kendrick Lamar popped in on the kids today! While addressing the youth he said...
"I gotta thank you for keeping me inspired. When I was young, I remember those who came back to make a difference. When you see someone in the flesh, your dreams feel more attainable. I'm from Compton...grew up right down the street, and I'm here to tell you that it's real, dreams are real, and you can do anything you put energy behind."
Big love Kendrick! #madrespect
Peace is not merely a distant goal that we seek, but a means by which we arrive at that goal. - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
In honor of the social justice leaders of yesterday and today, Peace4Kids hosted its 5th annual celebration on the campus of Loyola Marymount University. This video highlights the celebration and honors the dedication of hundreds of foster youth who are lending their voice to create positive change.