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My name is mary Dupree im 17 years old and i leave in a Mossvilee louisana which CNN lables as a toxic town. I have lived here,mossville, my whole life thinking the civil injustice is normal. The reason why we are labeled a toxic town is because we live approximately 3 miles from the chemical plants.
I am the founder of the Wise Women Network, which helps women gain control over their financial, emotional and physical well being so that they can thrive. We partner with other organizations to do the same through fundraisers, drives and funding micro-loans.
Coming soon :) Art and Social Justice, public art projects, public education, Pursue of Happiness, Environment, and many more! Truly understand the Government/Politics/Society to feel like I can help and make the world a better place for all Arts management
I usually have a hard time when I try to write about myself. People see me in ways, I sometimes don't even agree. But in short, I'm a dreamer who always wants the best and looks for the best, no matter how bad things seem to be.
Dear World Pulse members I am a young enthusiastic person. I have been working with Vote Women in Politics, non-partisan organization dedicated to help women to run for office and to be elected around the world and inspiring young women to participate in politics that has strengthened my passion for politics and international relations.
I am a Nigerian woman who learned to dream at an early age. I was not yet ten years old when I heard the story of Oliver Twist and decided that I would do what I could to make sure that no child ever goes hungry.
I am a female who believes in contributing my quota towards assisting grassroots women through my personal and official capacity. I work with a not for profit non governmental organization focused on community development.
A smile on my face and music in my spirit will be your first impression of me. Consistent in idealism and radiating positivity. An advocate for self-love always. My life is tied to two continents. I was born in Cameroon and relocated with my mother to the U.S. in 1997. I am rooted in traditions and culture, with a flavoring of Western influences of independence, vision, and ambition.