‘Little Girl Magic’ This Girl Confidence Video Is The Positive Message We Need To Welcome 2018

A 4th Grade Math Teacher from Fort Worth, Texas wrote a viral song/video promoting young female positivity calling the movement #LittleGirlMagic.

They have been featured locally on every news channel and radio station and have been looking to swing the movement towards the rest of the nation.



All the movenet asks for is to to please help the students get their positive message out in to the world.
“In a world that has been recently plagued with unfair treatment to all women both young and old, I thought making a young female empowerment video would be an excellent way to motivate and encourage others to keep pushing forward through adversity,” Thomas told IKnowBro.
The video starring students from The Young Women’s Leadership Academy with Maude Logan and Amanda “Mandi” Maxfield.




Two girls who dream big also feature in the video: Pareece Morehouse, 12, aspires to be an attorney. Her friend, Ciara Wade, wants to be a veterinarian.

“Little girl magic to us is basically saying to us that you can be a female, and you can do things on your own, that you can be strong. You don’t need nobody else,” Morehouse said.

“I wanted to just let these young girls know that they can thrive and be successful no matter what, so I wanted to put a positive spin on the Demi Lavato’s smash hit ‘Sorry Not Sorry,'”Mayfield said.

And that’s exactly what they did. Amanda Maxfield, a professional singer, donated her time, a recording studio and arranged the vocals.




“If we are going to empower girls, what does it mean to empower girls? And we thought ‘Little Girl Magic’ and that’s when we came up with the lyrics from there,” Morehouse said.

“That really gave me goosebumps to see those young ladies speaking those parts and really taking on those parts to be the true lives that they are living, it’s really a moment in time,” Mayfield said.

A message from the #LittleGirlMagic Girls:

“We don’t talk about violence. We talk about motivation and actually making goals in life,” Morehouse said.

A positive message they hope resonates with as many young people as possible during this holiday season.

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