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Oscar winner and Hollywood’s new “It” girl Lupita Nyong’o is helping to change how we view beauty. In the latest #YourLifeMatters Google Hangout, we will host an honest discussion about colorism and how it affects self-esteem, especially our young people. We want to keep the conversation about self-esteem going strong, beyond Lupita’s moment in the spotlight.

Join us with moderator Tamika Mallory as we have an open and honest discussion about ways to improve self-esteem on, Tuesday, March 25 at 7 p.m.

We also urge you to fill in the blank: “This is why I matter because _________.” Be sure to share your responses on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, using the hashtag #YourLifeMatters.


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