Fifteen-year-old Nasir has big dreams: he wants to join the military and hopes to be the second African-American president.
Antanaya loves dancing and writing poetry to express her feelings, and helping people is important to her.
At 12 years old, Nelson loves video games. He plays them all.
At 19, Mike is older than most of the young people we highlight on “Wednesday’s Child.”
Blair, 16, is described as gentlemanly and polite. He can be a bit shy, but he loves doing tricks on his bicycle.
With a magnetic personality and an abundance of charm, Nasir gushes positive energy.
“I’m a game freak!” says twelve-year-old Tymiene.
Sixteen-year-old Laejja has a big heart — she wants to help people. To do that, she wants to become a pediatrician.
“Creative” barely begins to describe fourteen-year-old Aliyah.
Fourteen-year-old LaKyisha wants to see the world.
At 14, Kayla is a bit shy — until you get her talking about sports.
“I like playing football and I like going out places, and I like doing stuff that is fun,” says Zy’mir, 12.
Yesali is a compassionate 11-year-old who loves animals.
Thirteen-year-old Patrick has a strong faith that has led him to consider a career as a preacher.
Brothers Carlos and José are looking for a home together.
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