Saturday, November 12, 2011



On Saturday, November 5th, my mom threw me a surprised 10th birthday party at The Candy Rush, in Brooklyn. I was sooooo shocked by all the guests who were hiding in the backyard until I opened the door to yell "SUPRISE".  It felt like my heart stopped for a minute.
Everyone who attended signed my super giant card that my mom made for people to write me birthday wishes. I felt so special to see how much people love me.

There were cupcakes, pink and silver beads for everyone to wear and cute give aways.
My Aunty Garnett, Co-Owner of The Candy Rush
I want to thank all of my friends and family for coming out and celebrating my special day!

Sunday, October 23, 2011

High Heels and High Tea

Today I went to the Ladies who Lunch with Latisha event, hosted by fashion designer Latisha Daring in NYC with my mom, Nadia Lopez who is the principal of a middle school named Mott Hall Bridges Academy in Brooklyn.
The purpose was to bring young women together and share their stories and give advice. My mom spoke about her challenges and her journey to be where she is now. 
 She also had some of her parents and scholars in the audience too.

The food was good and the tea beverages were mixed by Nucomme of Witches Brew.

Tracey Balan is a fabulous hair stylist.  She is very chic.
 Sonia Alleyne of Black Enterprise shared a lot of information.
Ms. Demetria Lucas aka Belle lives in BK, she is relationship expert and has her own book, "A Belle in Brooklyn".

Renae Bluitt she is a public relations expert and has a blog called "In Her Shoes Blog".


Sunday, October 16, 2011

Black Girls Rock!!

On Saturday, October 15, 2011 my Mom and I went to the Black Girl Rock Award Show, taped in the Bronx at The Paradise Theatre. It was a huge event created by Ms. Beverly Bond! While I was there I was inspired by all the women who ROCK. Taraji P. Henson, Angela Davis, Laura J. Richie, Tatyana Ali, and Shirley Caesar were the few who were honored.
I took a picture with Mrs. Richie, the president of the WNBA, I started to cry because I never experienced meeting someone like her before.
I met Lil Mama, that was exciting, I like her as a judge on America's Best Dance Crew.
Tatyana Ali was really nice and looked pretty in her dress.  
K. Foxx, Hot 97 DJ.  Sometimes I get to listen to her on the radio in the morning.
Next time, I hope to meet  Lauri Ann Gibson the choreographer on her own show, "Born to Dance".

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Social Media for Kids supports Push for Peace

Yesterday I went to Essex Community College in Newark, New Jersey. Mayor Corey Booker and Hot 97 hosted Push for Peace to discuss how to stop the violence in Newark, New Jersey. 
Garnett Alcindor, Founder of Social Media for Kids
I was representing Social Media for Kids. It is an organization that helps students from 6th- 12th grade learns about the Internet  to stop cyber-bullying.
Casey Miller for Social Media for Kids
We handed out flyers and information to the public about Social Media for Kids.

There were different positive organizations there, I met one called S.O.S. it is means Saving Our Sisters.  They mentor girls and teach them to be strong and positive.  I also spoke with a representative from  Lincoln Tech prepares people for career in mechanics and electronics. 

Inside the auditorium Lisa Evers & Corey Booker led a celebrity panel that included Nate Jones, football player for Denver Brokers who was born and raised in Newark, New Jersey, along with Rashawn Jackson, football player for the North Carolina Panthers, who is from Jersey City, New Jersey.

Tony Yayo, Lisa Evers, Mayor Booker, Nate Jones, Ryan, Rashawn Jackson
 They were spoke of  peace and how the people of Newark have to stay positive.
Afterwards, I was in charge of handing out SMFK bags and of course I had to take pictures.
Hot 97 DJ and Employee

Nate Jones, from the Denver Broncos

Rashawn Jackson, from the North Carolina Panthers, WE LOVE SOCIAL MEDIA FOR KIDS!

Cathleen Laporte, Founder and President of Athletes for Charity.

Angela from Hot 97

Sunday, January 23, 2011

The Robotics Competition

Have you ever  been to a Robotics Competition? On Saturday,January 8,2011at NYU Poly located in Downtown, Brooklyn there was a Robotics Competition to see which schools would go to Jacob Javis  Center. At the event there were 40 elementary, middle, and high school one of them was my mom's school, Mott Hall Bridges Academy in Brownsville and my school, C.S.21 in Bedford-Stuyvesant. 
It was cool to see some of my other classmates while they completed all their missions.  We all cheered and went crazy because we were very proud of our class.

After we went on a tour around the building. It was cool, I had fun looking at under water robots. Then it was award time.  My school came in 5th place and my mom's school came in 14th place. Everybody was happy because both schools will be going to the Jacob Javis Center.