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SeeingGrowth.com and Truly Poetic Publishing Presents Label Me King & Label Me Queen


Our children are our future Kings and Queens, but our communities need to have more clues to what motivates these Kings and Queens to stay on a productive path towards building our future. Adults need to understand the struggles that our youth face and really listen to the voices of our future.

Truly Poetic Publishing and SeeingGrowth.com had decided to become a listening ear and a megaphone for our future Kings and Queens through the Label Me Queen and Label Me King programs.

The purpose of Label Me King and Label Me Queen is to give our youth the opportunity to tell us about theirself by voicing their opinions and concerns through their words. The method that SeeingGrowth.com and Truly Poetic Publishing will use to make sure that our youth are heard is to compile the the voices of our future Kings and Queens into publications that will be read in our communities, cities, country, and world.

All of our children are not able to sing, rap, dance, act, or play sports but each one of our children has something inside of them that they would love to share with the world. The Label Me King and Label Me Queen program will give our youth the opportunity to gain credibility in the eyes of the public through their words while providing a safe avenue for growth, development, opportunity, unity and positive products that they have contributed to creating for their own benefit.

The Label Me Queen and Label Me King program does not cost any money for the participants and other unique characteristics of the program are that SeeingGrowth.com and Truly Poetic Publishing also offer the participants the opportunity to profit through their individual efforts, businesses to contribute to the growth of the program and their own economic development, and our adult population direct ways to support our future Kings and Queens.

Truly Poetic Publishing and SeeingGrowth.com is looking for real life stories from our future Kings and Queens, we are not looking for stories that you believe we want to hear. The writing for Label Me King and Label Me Queen will not be edited, but writing that promotes violence and/or profane language will not be eligible for publication. The Label Me Queen and Label Me King program is open for youth in the in the United States of America, focusing on youth that are disadvantaged, and categorized by gender and age. The age groups for the Label Me King and Label Me Queen program are grammer school children, ages 13-17, and 18 -25. Contact us by using the link below for further information.

SeeingGrowth.com and truly Poetic Publishing will accept submissions from organizations that host essay contests. Organizations that sponsor essay contests are welcome to submit their entrants and should contact us by by using the link below for further information.

We are accepting sponsors and partners for the Label Me Queen and Label Me King progam. Contact us through the link below for information about the benefits your organization will receive if you are interested in receiving national attention in return for your support of Label Me King & Label Me Queen program.

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Posted By: Emmanuel Brown
Tuesday, February 17th 2009 at 8:49PM
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