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Oprah Winfrey, Alicia Keys, Maxwell, and Danny Glover honored Susan L. Taylor by helping to raise money for her National Cares Mentoring Movement program at its For the Love of Our Children virtual gala on Saturday.
Taylor, who was also celebrating her 75th birthday, kicked off the evening encouraging the virtual crowd to “live your life with courage and with faith.”
Winfrey read Maya Angelou’s “The Pledge to Our Youth” poem before inspiring the crowd to get involved in mentoring.
“I’m here tonight celebrating [Susan’s] 75th birthday and the honor that she’s brought to those 75 years as a full woman and crusading warrior for our children,” Winfrey said. The fact that you, Susan, understood the roots of trauma and adversity embedded in the culture, preventing our children from moving forward. And then you set out to build on resilience and healing in our community is you offering yourself to service to God’s calling, and I know there’s no higher offering that you can give.”
Keys performed her single “Underdog,” and later, she and Maxerll capped off the evening by performing Stevie Wonder’s “Happy Birthday” song.
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