Flying under the radar, the youth development organization reaches more children and youth in Little Rock than any other. Kaija Brown credits UA Little Rock Children International for helping her become the first person in her family to attend college. Without the guidance of Children International, Brown figures she would be a high school dropout and pregnant. Instead, she's a sophomore at UA Little Rock double-majoring in political science and sign language interpretation on a full four-year Chancellor's Leadership Corp. scholarship. Children International's mission is for every child to graduate from its program healthy, educated, employable and empowered to break the cycle of poverty. For Brown, that's meant...
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