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Kanye West

Kanye has a foundation that encourages youth to stay in school rather than drop out. On June 11, 2009 the Kanye Foundation partnered with the Highland Park High School in Chicago, IL to perform a free concert for students who were willing to work hard in school and improve their grades. The concert inspired kids to excel academically and to stay focused in life. Kanye is a great artist and humanitarian!

Beyonce Knowles

Beyonce Knowles has a foundation that helps the homeless and those who have lost everything due to disasters. She recently partnered with General Mills to deliver meals to those in need around Chicago. Beyonce shows she cares with her hard work and dedication to helping others.

Chris “Ludacris” Bridges

Ludacris is the founder of The Ludacris Foundation, which inspires youth through education to live their dreams. He preaches respect throughout some of his songs, such as “Runaway Love”, which teaches young ladies to love themselves as well as their bodies. Ludacris is a positive role model in the community and a great artist!

Christina Aguilera

Christina has many songs and charities that show she is an excellent role model. Christina’s song “Fighter” talks about being strong and having self-confidence. She also has another song that inspires, “Beautiful”. “Beautiful” reminds people that everyone possesses inner and outer beauty, no matter what people say.

John Legend

John Legend’s songs talk about respecting women and understanding them. He also has charity called the Show Me Campaign Fights to End Poverty. Here is a link to more information on his campaign: http://www.johnlegend.com/us/news/show-me-campaign-charity-auction.

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