Meet Student Voice, Destinee

“Schools have the perfect opportunity to bring awareness to the injustice in our society and give students positive Black role models consistently throughout their education. Why aren’t we discussing racism in our schools? Because it’s not on that ACT? Our education system needs a drastic update, as it is essential to give all students enough information so they don’t live in denial and can choose a course of action.” — Student Voice, Destinee

Mom of 4 with Oren. CEO of GENYOUth. Strategic adviser. Former news anchor and financial analyst.

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Mom of 4 with Oren. CEO of GENYOUth. Strategic adviser. Former news anchor and financial analyst.

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