Former First Lady Michelle Obama Partners with Better Make Room

Better Make Room is about creating a space for all the great things you’ll do next, staking a claim, forging a path and lighting the way for others just like you. And it’s a lot more fun to get there together. Get a better education, imagine a better future. You’re about to arrive — and the world better make room.

Better Make Room supports the former first lady’s reach higher initiative.

“The ability to read, write, and analyze; the confidence to stand up and demand justice and equality; the qualifications and connections to get your foot in that door and take your seat at that table – all of that starts with education.  And trust me, girls around the world, they understand this.  They feel it in their bones, and they will do whatever it takes to get that education.”– Former First Lady Michelle Obama

For more information: https://www.bettermakeroom.org/

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