Charlize Brown values the different ethnicities and how people are trying to make a change

Name

Charlize Brown

Tell us a little about you(your background and how was it like)?

When I was around 6yrs old my parents weren’t really getting along very well. So that resulted in a break up and my mom taking my brother and I. My mother didn’t have a place for us to stay at the time, so we lived in a homeless shelter in Richmond CA, I didn’t know what was going on at the time so the shelter just became home to me. I spent a year there and moved on.

What do you value most from your country?

I value the different ethnicities and how people are trying to make a change. I also value the unity that has brought this country together from its past.

Who influences you to go after your goals?

My aunts Carolyn and Nikki, I stay in contact with them on Facebook because they live outside my city but on face book they text me and are very supportive of my hard work and school.

What advice can you give a teen about going through hardships?

The advice I would give a teen is to find really true friends because if you deal with those who want you off track, it’s going to make life harder for those who really want to support you. If you feel like that doesn’t work seek God for the answers.

If you and only three wish to change your family or the world’s life what would they be?

My three wishes would be a better lifestyle, for the world to come to an agreement, and for there to be better living conditions for the homeless.

Was there a time u helped others out?

I helped other out when me and my mom had little change in our pockets, and we have it to the homeless.

Are you happy in the position you are now in life?

I am happy in the position, I know it’s not perfect but I know the Lord is going to bless my family with better income, a beautiful rent-free house, and business to change the world

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