As the new year evolves with ongoing challenges of the pandemic, various positive adaptions have occurred. There has been a newly elected multi-racial vice president which has enlightened the realm of opportunities for young girls across the United States. Women have excelled in society and the workplace including: scientific contributions to the Coronavirus vaccines, newly appointed officials and those placed in sports roles. Kinetic Potential Cares wanted to highlight these events during Black History Month by showcasing several Women Trailblazers who have excelled in the recent months.
On February 4th, KP Cares interviewed the Washington Football team’s newly appointed, Assistant Running Back coach, Jennifer King. Coach King took her passion of football and transpired it into a career. She has loved football since her youth and was often seen playing the sport in her yard or attending games with her family.
Late Congressman John Lewis was a man of the people. He was established and dedicated to his faith and the church. He truly was a man worthy of remembrance and acknowledgment in his first love, the church. The church itself has been a sanctuary of safety and security to many; and according to W.E.B. Dubois, the church represents “a nation”.
In agreement to these principles, KP is working towards supporting the church and preserving the memory of the valiant late Congressman John Lewis, through theJohn Lewis’ Memorial Initiativeregistered under our current campaign tagged STAR - the “Smart Train to American Recovery”.