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USING STAR POWER TO

INSPIRE.

JAELYN BROWN

STEPS OFF THE COURT AND INTO

THE CLASSROOM.

THE

CELTICS FORWARD BACK IN TOWN

AFTER A WIN AGAINST

ATLANTA MET WITH A GROUP OF

SCHOOLKIDS FOR THE

SIMPLE REASON OF A READ TO

ACHIEVE SESSION.

HE SHARED STORIES FOR BLACK

HISTORY MONTH AND

WHAT THE YOUNG PEOPLE LEARNED

MAY LAST A LIFETIME.

THEY GATHERED IN BRIGHTON.

ABOUT 30 STUDENTS

FROM THE EVERETT ELEMENTARY

SCHOOL IN DORCHESTER AND

THE CELTICS JAELYN BROWN.

THE BOOK OF CHOICE.

HIDDEN FIGURES.

THE TRUE STORY OF FOUR BLACK

WOMEN AND THE SPACE RACE.

IT IS A STORY OF

GROUNDBREAKING ACHIEVEMENT

DURING A TIME OF SEGREGATION

AND SEXISM.

HOW FOUR

AFRICAN-AMERICAN MATHEMATICIANS

PERSEVERED, BATTLED

ADVERSITY AND WORK WITH NASA TO

PUT THE FIRST MAN ON

THE MOON.

THE STUDENTS TOOK TURNS

READING AS WELL.

BUT

IT WAS THE DISCUSSION THAT WAS

MOST MOVING.

YOU WILL EXPERIENCE

ADVERSITY AT SOME POINT.

MY BIGGEST ADVICE WOULD BE TO

KEEP GOING.

KEEP GOING.

EXACTLY WHAT THE WOMEN PROFILED

IN

THE BOOK DID.

I HOPE THEY THINK THAT THE

POSSIBILITIES ARE

ENDLESS AND THEY SET THEIR MIND

TO THINGS AND PUSH

THROUGH ADVERSITY AND THAT THEY

CAN GET TO THEIR

OBJECTIVES AND GOALS.

THIS HAS BEEN FUN AND

EXPIRING INSPIRING.

IF

THE THING IS HARD FOR YOU, KEEP

TRYING.

THEN THE KIDS DECORATED

FLAGS TO ILLUSTRATE

THEIR FEELINGS.

JUST LIKE THE ASTRONAUTS

PLANTED

THE FLAG DURING THE FIRST MOON

LANDING, YOUNG PEOPLE

CRAFTED THEIR FLAGS TO STAKE

OUT THEIR OWN BRIGHT

FUTURES.

I LEARNED IN THAT BOOK THAT

I SHOULD WORK

REALLY HARD.

THE READ TO ACHIEVE PROGRAM

TODAY WAS ALSO

SPONSORED BY SOUTHERN NEW

HAMPSHIRE UNIVERSITY.

WHAT A SPECIAL DAY FOR THOSE

KIDS AND I'M SURE

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