About Saving The Youth Stars™

 

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SavingTheYouth Stars™

Saving The Youth Stars™ is a an online resource center for Teens across the GLOBE! Saving The Youth Stars™ gives TEENS a voice and a provides a wealth of information that can be used as a tool to help navigate life as a teenager. http://www.savingtheyouth.com provides a plethora of information so teens don’t have to feel alone. The journey from teenager to adulthood is a long, fast, confusing, sometimes lonely and intimidating ride.

With The Saving The YouthStars social outlet you don’t have to feel alone. Saving The YouthStars provides a judge free platform where teens can engage in knowledge that will help elevate and inspire them to continue on their journey no matter what mistakes or trials come their way.

Saving The YouthStars™ was founded by Kween Sankofa Bey also known as 1st Ladee’ Kween in October of 2011, in order to create a positive outlet for the youth.  Kween holds a special place in her heart for for helping the youth. Kween has a passion for helping the youth because Kween knows that today’s teens are advancing at such a rapid pace. With the filters being provided for the photos but no filters being placed on what the youth are exposed to. Kween has seen the destruction and aftermath of what happens when teenagers are exposed to sex, drugs and the fast life before they are developed completely. Kween wanted to create a program to help advise and guide the youth in the right direction helping them become productive members of society.

Kween became pregnant at age 16 and became a teenage mother at the age of 17. Looking at today’s society she is truly afraid of what her kids and others have to face. She never would have dreamed of having to worry about the stuff she does now having a young daughter and son. Growing up as an 80’s baby and 90’s kid she was exposed to drugs, sex and the fast life at an early age causing her to grow up faster than she would have liked.

Today’s generation has been saturated with t.v. shows, music, radio and videos showing them no respect, no moral’s, no values, and how to follow instead of having a mind of their own. Everyone is busy trying to follow a trend instead of being individuals and creating their own lane.

Kween now dedicates her time doing Youth advisor and speaking with the Youth in her local CommU.N.I.T.Y  reinforcing individualism and old school principals and values the youth needs in order to be productive and innovative members of society. Kween utilizes The Saving The YouthStars and Hair Lounge Outreach programs as outlets to reach out to the youth in the CommU.N.I.T.Y around the Globe.

Kween is on a mission and wants to show the youth they have unlimited possibilities in life and they are destined for GREATNESS if they apply themselves and exude their Greatest qualities.

Kween believes each generation is responsible for providing the next generation the tools needed to help them operate and navigate the world. One of  Kween’s favorite quotes says “young people don’t need critics they need role models”. The Youth can only follow what they are being shown. If all we are showing them is money, drugs, cars, clothes and sex, then that’s all they will be attracted to. So Kween is using http://www.savingtheyouth.com and the Hair Lounge Outreach programs to show the Youth positivity, community & nation building, the importance of loving thyself, knowing thyself, the benefits of maintaining your health, how to evolve in life, applying the wisdom you learn from others and so much moor.

 “There are two primary choices in life: to accept conditions as they exist, or accept the responsibility for changing them” Dr. Denis Waitley. This inspired Kween even more to take the necessary steps by creating Saving The YouthStars and getting involved with the Hair Lounge Outreach programs. She is becoming the change she wants to see in the WORLD!

Message From Kween 

Teens and young adults ages 13-19 if you have any questions, concerns, problems or issues regarding school, family, relationships, if you have a parent on drugs, in jail, if you are a pregnant teen, thinking about having sex, if you need to vent because somebody has made you mad,  anything on your minds and you feel there is no one you can talk to or relate to please send me an email at savingtheyouth@hotmail.com  or hairloungeoutreach@gmail.com or contact me via our instagram pages @savingtheyouthstars or @hairloungeoutreach with your name, phone number, best time to call and short description of what’s on their mind and I will get back with them within 24 -72hrs. 

Kween 
© 2012 Kween Sankofa Bey
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12 Comments Add yours

  1. Jay P. says:

    So many people have given up hope on the youth, people tend to ignore the younger generation, happy to see someone taking a step towards trying to make a change..Keep up the great work!! I will be following this blog.

  2. John Benson says:

    I am inspired and amazed by your devotion to help the youth. You are an amazing women, God Bless You Queen!!

  3. KingD says:

    This is truly inspiring and makes me want to start a mentor program which is something I have thought about for a while now. Thanks for the inspiration Queen!! You are an angel!

  4. Young&Gifted says:

    You would be a good leader for the youth, because you can relate, your still hip to what’s going on you could really help guide them in the right direction. I pray you go far with this savingtheyouth because the youth need somebody to follow.

  5. Jay K. says:

    I pray you will have a youth center soon. We need more women like you in the community reaching out to the youth, we have a lost generation on our hands seeking guidance and this is a perfect start for reaching them. God Bless Ma!

  6. J.T. says:

    Great dream soon to be manifested, I can see it now. You are going to do great things, hope I can be a part of this one day. Be Blessed Sis keep pushing!

  7. StarrBright says:

    Love what your doing ma! & You have inspired me to pursue my teams of becoming a elementary school teacher. I have been putting it off really being lazy but after reading this I am taking the steps to get started. Thanks a million & God Bless!!! 🙂

  8. J.R. says:

    I know you will be successful I can feel your determination after reading this, I wish you the best of luck in the future, our youth really needs this.

  9. Kamie says:

    Love your story and wish you much success with your journey!

  10. MeMe says:

    I love you passion for helping the youth, boy do we need someone who actually cares about the welfare of the kids instead of trying to gain fame or fortune for helping them. I wish you the best of luck in your journey Queen! 1 Love

  11. Tiffany says:

    You have a new fan! I’m blown away by your words & reason – my support, you have. I already see us doing some work together & look forward to helping you expand this work that you are 100% committed to. Thank you Queen for starting this & being here for our youth.

    May God continue to bless your efforts!!!

    1. SAVINGTHEYOUTH says:

      Thank you so much Queen!!!!!

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