“Creative” barely begins to describe fourteen-year-old Aliyah.
Fourteen-year-old Elizabeth loves expressing herself through music and art.
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.
Fourteen-year-old LaKyisha wants to see the world.
“I like playing football and I like going out places, and I like doing stuff that is fun,” says Zy’mir, 12.
A shelter-in-place order that was issued Monday morning for residents in Paulsboro, New Jersey has been lifted.
Ajanai loves playing basketball, dancing, and listening to her favorite artist: Justin Bieber.
Gerome lights up a room with his sense of humor. He’s intelligent, creative — and he loves comics.
Eight-year-old Malik and six-year-old Semaj are brothers and want to be adopted together.