Huff Post Black Voices
All shirt proceeds will be split evenly between non-profit organization Pencils of Promise and Usher’s New Look public charity, which helps charities that work to increase access to education in under-privileged minority communities in the U.S. and Latin America, according to a press release for the campaign.
Since its launch in 1999, New Look has worked with more than 25,000 students globally to decrease high school dropout rates. The Grammy Award-winner told HuffPost during an August 2015 interview that he has also “seen kids dream bigger” through their involvement with New Look.
“They know that anything is possible and they’re amazed at all of the opportunities available to them,” he said. “It’s not enough to dream big. You have to have the tools and skills to make it happen.”
Sage advice coming from Mr. “No Limit“ himself!