Keke Palmer Will Work With Saving Our Cinderellas to Mentor Young Women in Performing Arts

News   Keke Palmer Will Work With Saving Our Cinderellas to Mentor Young Women in Performing Arts Keke Palmer, who made history with her Main Stem debut as the first African-American woman to play Cinderella on Broadway, has teamed up with the the anti-bullying and girl-empowerment organization Saving Our Daughters for a new initiative, Saving Our Cinderellas, according to MTV.com.

Palmer, whose work also includes "Masters of Sex," "True Jackson, VP" and "Akeelah and the Bee," has worked with Savings Our Daughters since she was 12. Palmer will be collaborating with Grace Gealey ("Empire") and Shanola Hampton ("Shameless") to help girls and young women of color.

Palmer opens up about being the first African-American to play Cinderella on Broadway.

The initiative will mentor girls and young women in performance arts.

Read Playbill.com's interview with Palmer, about achieving stardom at a young age, here.

Visit savingourdaughters.org for more information.

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