In picture one is that Scottie’s parents in the background? That’s not cool!! Who are all the other people? Are they her people? He should have made sure that his parents were placed better in the picture! See her people were all on the front row!!!!!! Not cool at all!!!!!!
Is that Lady Gaga in picture 3?
Dang…look at the heels on that little girl in picture 4…she must be like 12, I definitely have a hard time rocking high inched heels now and I’m 26.
Where’s Justin in picture 5?
Sophia is a beautiful little girl!
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Olympic swimmer, Lia Neal made history as the 2nd African-American female to qualify for the US Olympic Swim Team. With her recent wins in the 2012 London Games (her team won bronze medal in the women’s 4×100-meter freestyle relay at the London Olympic Games with a time of 3 minutes and 34.24 seconds) she has helped to open up the discussion about the stereotype that African-American children and teens can’t swim. In New York City alone, 70 percent of African-American kids don’t know how to swim. Many children are unable to swim because of limited access to public pools or just because their parents never learned themselves. It is important to break the cycle of...
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