Animal World USA International announces "Ask Me About My Dream" campaign!
In honor of World Teacher's Day, Animal World USA International announces its' new global initiative to connect USA and African educators and youth.
The initiative will be incorporated into the Animal World USA International Week for the Animals global campaign (weeksfortheanimals.org)
1. Donating of children's books to schools in Africa and the USA. This will include expanding our current working relationships with publishing houses.
2. Growing our relationship with the National Civil Rights Museum In Memphis, Tennessee to provide inspirational writings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.to African and American youth
3. Working with schools, libraries and educational institutions to provide oppportunities, hope and a connection to our world at large.This includes addressing the challenges for African youth and educators and providing solutions through working relationships in communities.
Ironically the campaign was born out the fact that in September children's books, earmarked for African youth, were stolen from the Animal World USA vehicle. "It is difficult to know that someone would do this, but it provided us the opportunity to brainstorm and thus come up with a greater way to make a difference,"
As the initiative "Ask Me About My Dream" grows, Animal World USA International will be connecting with USA and African educators to help make this world a more inclusive and compassionate world. With African wildlife disappearing at such an alarming rate, the opportunities are enormous as to how the youth can speak to this issue through their dreams and destinies.
Working together we can make a greater difference for the youth, educators, animals and our planet. If you or your school would like to become involved, please visit AnimalWorldUSA.org
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