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“I Can Breath”, Says ABJ Youth, Tabario, Asia, Khiari

Mama Joy September 13, 2020 105

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Amidst the news of unrest in our youth in Southside Chicago, talking to the youth, Tabario, Asia, Khiari, brought tranquility and hope to our hearts.

Jacquline Miller, the mentor at ABJ testifies that, working with these youth, has been such breath of fresh air; she felt like a child again, full of hope.

We heard from family and friends of Tabario, Asia, Khiari, as how talented and true to their purpose they are.

Lastly, we heard from Pastor Victoria Brady, who talked about her mother as the founder of ABJ. And in the end, Asia sang beautifully for us.

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Mama Joy

Mama Joy (Joy Sigur Ramza Woods) is A Podcast Host, and Lecturer On The Divine, Economic, and Cultural Role Of “Emancipation Proclamation” In Negro and American History. She is a proud grandmother, retired educator, minister, singer, pianist, community activist.

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