Episode 171: Overcoming The Challenges of Life, Taking Your Rightful Place as “Queen”, and Helping Others

Anne Lynn, co-founder of We 3 Queens, joins The 1 Girl Revolution Podcast to share her inspiring journey through life and how she rose from the ashes to help others and start We 3 Queens community outreach. Anne was raised by a single mother who always taught her to help others and do good in the community. Anne helped raise her sister’s kids and became a mother herself at a young age. Anne’s life took all kinds of twists and turns that included family difficulties, personal struggles, and time in prison. But, as you’ll hear in this episode – Anne rose from the ashes of the difficulties in life and now uses her own experiences to help others throughout the community. 

We 3 Queens is a community outreach organization, founded and run by women, that provides much-needed support and resources to the community. We 3 Queens helps families and individuals in every way they possibly can – whether through food distribution or financial resources, Easter and Halloween parties for kids and families, holiday meals, and cultural festivals. They also work to support small businesses and other organizations in the community.

You don’t want to miss this powerful episode!

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • Anne’s inspiring life story; 
  • About some of the struggles and difficulties she faced through her life;
  • How her time in prison changed her life (for the better) and how she rose from the struggles she faced throughout her life;
  • The story of how We 3 Queens came to be and how they’re helping others and serving the community;
  • And so much more.

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