WANTS TO BE THE JUST LAWYER

IT’S THE END of term at Zoe-Louise Preparatory School in Monrovia and Anthionette, 12, is introducing today’s speaker: “Kimmie Weeks is a role model for us, because he works hard to make life better for children in Liberia.” Kimmie’s organization, Youth Action International, has trained the teachers at Anthionette’s school and provided more fun school resources. It doesn’t matter how old you are or what your background is,” says Kimmie. “I grew up with no father, I was hungry and I had to beg for money to pay my school fees. Keep fighting! Don’t give up! Make Liberia a better place to live!” “I want to be a just Lawyer,” Says Anthionette. “Because here in Liberia, many lawyers are unjust. Anyone who has money can make sure guilty people get away with crimes. That’s not good. I want Liberia to remember me as the Just Lawyer.”