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2016 SuperCamp Registration for Leaves SuperGirls at Lingelbach School in Germantown, PA

SuperCamp is a family-based camp for girls of African descent. Our camp is based on psychological theories that recognize the relationship between positive racial and social identity development for children’s well-being. As a supplement to children’s educational experience, we focus on areas of African and African American history not typically included in standard school curricula. SuperGirls explore and learn the histories of cultural icons and heroes that reflect their own biographies.
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2016 SuperCamp Registration for Seedlings SuperGirls

SuperCamp is a family-based camp for girls of African descent. Our camp is based on psychological theories that recognize the relationship between positive racial and social identity development for children’s well-being. As a supplement to children’s educational experience, we focus on areas of African and African American history not typically included in standard school curricula. SuperGirls explore and learn the histories of cultural icons and heroes that reflect their own biographies.
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2016 SuperCamp Registration for Leaves SuperGirls

SuperCamp is a family-based camp for girls and boys of African descent. Our camp is based on psychological theories that recognize the relationship between positive racial and social identity development for children’s well-being. As a supplement to children’s educational experience, we focus on areas of African and African American history not typically included in standard school curricula. Campers explore and learn the histories of cultural icons and heroes that reflect their own biographies.
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NJ 11-Year-Old Launches #1000BlackGirlBooks: Fox29

WTXF - 11-year-old Marley Dias, who was born in Philadelphia and lives in New Jersey, noticed recently that none of the books she was assigned at school featured anyone who looked like her.   So she responded by launching a book drive called #1000blackgirlbooks, with the goal of collecting 1,000 books featuring black female protagonists by the end of January. She plans to donate them to a library in Jamaica, with some of the books coming to Philadelphia as well.   Marley appeared on Good…

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Daddy’s Little Girl Week 4 Winner

Dad’s Occupation? Network Security Consultant Age & Name of your other daughter? 9 years old, Tatyana Robinson Primary Reason for Participating in DLG? Our primary reason for participating is to show the world and other fathers how much fun a daddy/daughter relationship is, to stay active, and use our daily activities to win a trip to Disney World. What other things do you and your daughter enjoy doing together? We like gardening, making whipped shea butter, going to the movies,…

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Daddy’s Little Girl Week 3 Winner

About Dad Associate Professor, Texas State University Executive Director, FlowStory, PLLC About Daughter Morgan Travis, age 11 Primary Reason for Participating in DLG? I think it is a priceless gift that my daughter and I can share together. There are so many demands on our attention with work and school, and DLG gives us a chance to not only work on something together, but it is an investment in us - our relationship and our health. What else do you…

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Daddy’s Little Girl Weeks 1and 2 Winner

Team ForeverYoung Dad’s Occupation Army Broadcast Journalist/Combat Cameraman & Urban Pop Artist Age & Name of your other daughter? Isadora Jade Young, age 2.5 Avianna Pearl Young, age 14 months Primary Reason for Participating in DLG: I wanted to participate in the Daddy’s Little Girl Health Challenge because I think it’s important for our daughters to be active and experience things in person. We keep our daughters very active, and involved in social activities.  We keep TV & Device time…

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