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Voice The Movement Nonprofit Organization
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FEARLESS & FLAWLESS Boys & Girls EMPOWERtainment Workshop

 

VOICE

MLK Day of Service, a national service day commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s legacy through service.  The service project empowers individuals, strengthens communities, bridges barriers, creates solutions to social problems, and moves us closer to Dr. King’s vision of a beloved community.

 

TRUTH

70% of girls between the ages of 15-17 avoid normal daily activities, such as attending school, when they feel bad about themselves.  Boys are five times more likely than girls to be classified as hyperactive and are 30% more likely to flunk or drop out of school.

 

HOPE 

To improve interest in higher education, increase community involvement, encourage economic development, and to aid in minimalizing the likely hood of young boys & girls falling into the systematic cycle of poverty, all while commemorating Dr. King’s legacy of social upliftment and service to others.

 

EMPOWER

F.E.A.R.L.E.S.S. (Fearlessly Expressive, Actively Responsive, Leading Examples, Serving Society) & F.L.A.W.L.E.S.S. (Flawlessly Living, Ambitiously Wise, Limitlessly Educated, Successfully Serving) workshops and panel for 200 high school boys & girls, ages 13-18, hosted by local, regional, and nationally recognized entertainers, educators, entrepreneurs, and relatable influencers in the community. 

 

MOVE

Participants learned the importance of giving back to their communities and were also given the tools necessary to successfully serve with purpose.  Additional steps were given to paticipants in order to create their own individual service projects. 

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FEARLESS: The Workshop

 

VOICE

Through funding from the Florida Legislature, Hillsborough Community College offers awards to organizations or groups to develop and complete a service project that will positively impact the community, while honoring Dr. King’s legacies of non-violent activism, racial equality, service to others and social uplift. 

 

TRUTH

Research shows that minority boys are 19% less likely to graduate from high school.  Boys are five times more likely than girls to be classified as hyperactive and are 30% more likely to flunk-out or drop out of school. Overall, 20% of teens experience depression before they reach adulthood. 

 

HOPE 

To help disadvantaged middle/high school; teenage boys build character, promote self-assurance, positive self-imagery, and encourage economic, personal and academic development.

 

EMPOWER

F.E.A.R.L.E.S.S. (Fearlessly Expressive, Actively Responsive, Leading Examples, Serving Society) Young men workshop and panel for 100 middle & high school boys, ages 13-18, hosted by local, regional, and nationally recognized entertainers, educators, entrepreneurs, and relatable influencers in the community. 

 

MOVE

Participants learned the importance of giving back to their communities and were also given the tools necessary to successfully serve with purpose.  Additional steps were given to participants in order to create their own individual service projects. 

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FLAWLESS: Girls EmpowHERment Workshop 
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VOICE

The National Martin Luther King Day of Service, created in 1994 through federal legislation honors Dr. King’s legacy to uplift the community with a “Day On” of service, not a “Day Off." Hillsborough Community College in partnership with St. Petersburg College partner with organizations or groups to develop and complete community service projects.

 

TRUTH

Statistics show that a girl’s self-esteem is more strongly related to how she views herself.   About 75% of girls with low self-esteem reported engaging in negative activities such as cutting, bullying, fighting, smoking, drinking, or disordered eating compared to 25% of girls with high self-esteem.

 

HOPE 

To improve interest in higher education, increase community involvement, encourage economic development, and to aid in minimizing the likelihood of falling into the systematic cycle of poverty while incorporating Dr. King’s legacy of social uplift and service to others.

 

EMPOWER

Interactive F.L.A.W.L.E.S.S. (Flawlessly Living, Ambitiously Wise, Limitlessly Educated, Successfully Serving) workshops and panel for 100 high school girls, ages 13-17 in order to build character, promote confidence, and encourage positive self-imagery.

 

MOVE

Each attendee was charged with identifying a need in their community and to create a service project to combat that need.

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