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Some of the Colleges and University the youth attended after leaving the Children of Mine Youth Center
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Nathan Bennett-Fleming
www.natefordc.com
Sulaiman Harris
Born in a single family household in Southeast D.C., from a young age Nate witnessed the
vast political and economic inequities faced by many in Washington D.C. Through a
scholarship provided by Hannah Hawkins, founder and director of Anacostia’s Children of
Mine Center, he was able to graduate from St. Andrews Episcopal School in Potomac, Md.
In 2007, Nate graduated cum laude with a BA in political science from Morehouse College,
in Atlanta, GA, where he was an Oprah Winfrey Scholar and an African Presidential Fellow.
Nathan was the Executive Director of the Morehouse College Student Government
Association, Vice President of the Atlanta University Center Council of Students, and Vice
President of the Psi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.    
Nate's Full story
his younger siblings. Once accused of being “a failure who would never amount
to anything,” Sulaiman overcame tremendous odds to be the successful adult he is
today. Sulaiman, who was held back in second grade, now has a B.S. in Electrical
Engineerng from the University of Pittsburgh and a M.S. in Information Systems from
Strayer University. He also gives back to the center by tutoring and mentoring the
youth as well as helping out with chores around the Center, he credits
the love and support of Mrs. Hawkins and the structure of the Center’s program with
helping him to achieve so much.     
Sulaiman's Full Story
Mrs. Hawkins supporting Nathan running for
U.S. House of  Representatives
Master's graduation ceremony for Sulaiman from Strayer University