The Ludacris Foundation Teams With United Cerebral Palsy To Launch Awareness Campaign

Pictured above: Actor and musician Chris “Ludacris” Bridges accompanies Ruje’anne Duplessis to her Central High prom in Agawam, Mass., in May 2004. United Cerebral Palsy and The Ludacris Foundation announced on Dec. 13, 2005 the launch of a new public awareness campaign featuring the Grammy-nominated Ludacris. The campaign aims to raise awareness for the 54 million Americans with disabilities and shed light on the disproportionate rate of disability in minority communities.

The Ludacris Foundation is a non-profit organization created to help young people achieve their dreams through the encouragement of “Principles of Success,” which are:

1. Self-Esteem
2. Spirituality
3. Communication
4. Education
5. Leadership
6. Goal Setting
7. Physical Activity
8. Community Service

Photo Source: The Ludacris Foundation via U.S. Newswire

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