According to the Verizon website, the #WeNeedMore campaign aims to: “brings free technology, free access and immersive hands-on learning opportunities to kids in underserved schools and communities. We inspire tomorrow’s creators to use technology to build brighter futures for themselves, their families and the world.”
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People from all over the world took to the streets on Saturday (January 21) to take part in the Women’s March on Washington.
Among those joining the walks in the U.S., Canada, and London were tons of celebrities, who participated in the march to help promote women’s rights, human rights, immigration reform and environmental protection.
Check out all the young hollywood stars who took part in the walk below!
The cast of the highly anticipated film Spider-Man: Homecoming made an appearance in New York City on Thursday (September 29), as they checked out the opening night of Cirque du Soleil: Kurios – Cabinet of Curiosities at Randall’s Island Park.
The always stylish Zendaya was spotted out in New York City on Sunday (September 11), as she attended the Michael Kors Access Smartwatch Launch Party during New York Fashion Week.
At the event, Zendaya rocked a blue and white striped crop top with a matching choker, some flowing polka-dot pants, and a top-knot bun as she mingled with the designer himself as he launched his newest accessory.
Actress/Singer Zendaya stepped out in New York City on Saturday (September 10) to attend the 2016 Essence Street Style Block Party at DUMBO.
The Spider-Man: Homecoming star looked stylish in a pair of purple bell-bottom pants and a striped tank as she helped celebrate New York Fashion Week with Essence.
Zendaya was also spotted at NYFW on Friday (September), where she served as a judge at the Project Runway Fashion Show.