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We are Jonathan Jackson, Executive Producer/Director and Philip Williamson Jr., Director/Producer with American New Wave Media Group based out of New Orleans, La. Also, Kendal Francis, Executive Producer/Founder of Blessed 26. Blessed 26 is a Non-Profit Organization who’s purpose is to teach respect, networking, and social skills to help combat the negative images the public has on African American teenagers from New Orleans helping with giving these teenagers options for life after foster care.
This documentary we are creating details the effects of the cutting of Louisiana’s Young Adult Program, a program that helps teenagers from foster homes transition to young adulthood. Governor Bobby Jindal recently cut this program in July 2013. This documentary highlights how Blessed 26, is helping teenagers currently in foster care with that transition without the help of state resources. It also follows the graduates of this program and of their respected high schools as a follow-up for life after.
Father and Son.—
I was making Japanese, while she’s watching DVD’s… in Oakland.—
Blessed 26 students are treated to a private dining experience at Eiffel Society. Carlon talks with Brandon Brown about owning and managing a business, while Darrell talks with Dr. Corey Hebert about the need for black veterinarians. You can donate to our cause at blessed26.info
Last night, we rented Eiffel Society for a elegant dinner between 5 teenagers and 20+ African American men of various professions. Each teenager wore a suit tailored for them via Blessed 26. There are teenagers out there who are not into drugs, degrading women, or looking to kill one another. Invisible Men are young, black teenagers who want to succeed, and it is our job to help them do so. By Any Means Necessary.—