Some of her accomplishments this past year include bringing President Obama to the city of Flint, helping with several marches, protest and water drives, Being a youth Ambassador for Pretty Brown Girl and helping get 300 little girls their very own Pretty Brown Girl Doll. She has also organized with Pack Your Back and was able to collect and Donate 100 packed backpacks to the kids of Flint. She was awarded the Evon Price Unsung Hero Award in 2016 for her work in Flint. Her focus is to continue to raise awareness about the Flint Water Crisis and to help out the people of her community espeically her voice.
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