7th Golden Kids Runway Presents Youth Rappers, KDW_Music Protesting Parkland Florida Shooting
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When children take a stand for Gun Violence and Cancer Awareness adults pay attention because of how a child is being affect with events happening in their world. An exclusive sold-out fashion extravaganza complete with styles from some of the most sought after established and emerging European and American designers attracts talent to the runway. A Golden Kids Runway with a unique Golden Talent to promote – Fashion Fights for a Cause with the hashtags #GKR and event fundraising icon FFC - for Fashion Fight for a Cause in the world of fashion for kids.
Tomorrow makes the National Protest for the Parkland Florida Mass Shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where politicians are making it one of the world's deadliest school massacres.
19-year-old Nikolas Jacob Cruz, was identified by witnesses and arrested shortly afterward. He confessed, according to the Broward County Sheriff's Office, and since his confession children all over the world are in line to protest and take a National Stand against Congress to prevent Restraining Orders from passing under Congress and the National Rifle Association due to the federal constitutionality of the age requirement clause. Florida students began their campaigning for gun control legislation and founded an advocacy group called Never Again MSD.
Today Florida is not alone, the Fashion World for Kids called Golden Kids Runway, under the creative direction of Sakeena Brooks-Gales, Golden Magazine, pays tribute to the 17 people who lost their lives over bullying and senseless gun violence.
Golden Kids Runway and the Fashion Fight for a Cause (Performers) encapsulates a blend of child models, talent, trendy music, talented performances, and whimsical clothing to promote positive energy on what makes their brand unique. It is not to late to DONATE to this made worthy cause for the fight against childhood cancer today. Visit www.thegoldenmag.com for more details on how to make a difference in a child's life.