I love to help people through music. There are several projects I would love to share that will someday, I hope, inspired young teens to start taking action. I create benefit concerts, and the very first concert I put on was the very first concert I have ever been to. I was 16 years old and created a Katrina Benefit Concert, in which I invited many musicians to perform at it. I hosted the event and I also performed in it. It was my way of contributing to the victims of Hurricane Katrina. I raised $550 to help a family of 8. The money went to help them buy a house in Seattle Washington. I am a big fan of helping people, and I love to involve my interest in music with it. After the concert, I had a story done on me in the Seattle Medium Newspaper. I also met Rev. Al Sharpton who saw my story and was interested in meeting me. I donated the money to the Central Area Motivation Program (CAMP), who was helping the family of 8, and I gave a speech there. After everything, I was told I was an inspiration, and it motivates me to keep doing my activist work. On March 30, 2007, I produced an AIDS concert, again inviting musicians and artist to participate in it. I raised about $2,500 for children in Africa. I donated he money to Urgent Africa, which is a nonprofit organization that helps children orphaned and/or infected with HIV/AIDS in Kenya. Atieno Kombe is the president of Urgent Africa and to whom I presented the check to. On August 26, 2007 I produced a PEACE concert. I teamed up with a group called A.N.S.W.E.R. (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism). I emailed them asking if they were interested in taking part of an event I wanted to produce. The event protested against the Iraq war and I invited guest speakers such as Tony Orange (C.A.M.P. Executive Director) and Michael Dickson (Former Black Panther). It was a great show and I plan on producing more concerts in the future. For my recent project, I was voted on by a group of activist representing other organizations around Washington and Portland, Oregon to produce a rally for 10 – 30,000 people coming to protest the Iraq war in Seattle Washington on October 27, 2007. I was the youngest women in the coalition meetings and the only black female with the honor of organizing a historical event. I produced the event and it was a huge success. After the opening rally I produced, my twin brother and I led thousands of people around Seattle for the protest with the big mega phone, marching all the way from Judkins Park to Occidental Park.