“This revolution goes on and on!” — Public Enemy, Say it Like it Really Isby Alicia Benjamin Imani Henry of Wilmington, Del. won the Peace First Prize last year when she was 13, for organizing 100 Men Reading, a group of professional businessmen who mentor children through reading. Imani, who had trouble reading because of a birth defect, was matched with male tutors who helped her with reading when she was 9. She soon developed a great passion for books and wanted other young people with literacy problems to get the help they needed, so she started 100 Men Reading.
|Professor Yasser Payne and Darryl Chambers, PAR member and doctoral student in the |
Criminology Program at the Univ. of Delaware
|100 Men Reading mentor reads to students in Wilmington, Del.|