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Ayanna Najuma, a participant of the Katz Drug Store sit-ins in the 1960s, poses last August for a portrait on the corner of Robinson and Main where the store was located. This week she will launch a national movement for children called “I Have a Voice Now.” [Doug Hoke/Oklahoman Archives]
A new national project is launching from Oklahoma City this week, centered around empowering kids. “I Have A Voice Now” is starting with a series of Public Service Announcements, aiming to help the next generation shape their own future.