Teen Entrepreneur Empowers Black Youth To Read With Subscription Box — News One

A 17-year-old Memphis-based entrepreneur has created a monthly subscription box that promotes reading amongst African-American children in an effort to change the major racial disparity in youth literacy, WCMA Action News 5 reported. Memphis ‘kidpreneur’ Journi Prewitt launches monthly subscription box. https://t.co/LIlkwnrp4Y — MBJ (@MBJMemphis) January 4, 2018 Inspired by her younger cousin’s lack of interest in reading, Journi Prewitt…

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