“Girls really need to see themselves in books and know that their future is unlimited. I think that girls can conquer their big, giant dreams and they won’t be ever silent.”
Havana Chapman-Edwards has given gun-violence and literacy advocacy a powerful little voice and face. She was the only one in her school to take pare in the National School Walk Out day in protest against gun violence, giving her the courage to take her message straight to the Capitol steps. With her sites set on becoming an Astronaut, Chapman-Edwards unquestionably has a bright future ahead of her. Make sure to check out our BCK Online feature on this remarkable young rising star.
Read Havana’s entire story here.