Teen who raised $20K for girls to see 'A Wrinkle In Time' says 'representation matters'

Taylor Richardson, 14, tells "GMA" she launched the campaign to enable "all girls, especially young girls of color, to know they can be anything they want to be when they grow up."
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Transcript for Teen who raised $20K for girls to see 'A Wrinkle In Time' says 'representation matters'
We have an incredible fourteen year old Taylor Richardson who was just nine in the. What you want to go find me page to raise money for space camp now she's on a new mission. This in hundreds of young girls to see a wrinkle in time. Clark could Tanya the joining us from Florida to talk all about and I did. We can tell you want to be rationed out one day wouldn't tell my what you're wearing their congratulations. On. Our what you're doing and just tell us why you decided to do something like this. While I wanted to do the wrinkle in time campaign because. In my opinion that presentation matters and I want it all guns especially guns and kind to know that they can be. Whatever they wanna be would make that he can also struggle and have flaws but still can be successful at night. Now and it's so wonderful and you couldn't. It's things in the past 72 and raising money and tell us about that. Why did Sar and they use campaign to us in over a thousand hills there. And I did that because I didn't know about the story you let them win big using Kathryn Johnston. And I feeling that history need to stand with the national around so I sent in my campaign. Answering you know and an atomic you must be a proud mom did your Darcy the comp accomplished so much to fit the young gauge. Did you always know the she'd make that big difference. Well I'll holly Elvis fan I was gonna make a difference at the age of ninths when the space camp. And being the only black here at space camp. She came home and send mom we need to do something about this she's been very active and advocating for Sampson she was nine years. Or. It happened we obviously see the opposite Taylor. Oh and yet this is obviously a passion and I understand it started out a young age inspired by a book. Yeah in fact and by making innocent finally villain goes her autobiography. She is the first African American you know Ashland being in this case. And after reading lets you link you would have shuttles list racism and also being Edgar lake that he can do it so Karen yeah. We'll tell you what's your secret. Matt. Sad. Village my single mom and we just have so many people helping us here not to send Jacksonville but hollow where. And the quotas through it takes a village and we have a very strong village hearing tech. A we're. And again as well. Mean yeah hello ally did it. I just think you know all the people who love me finally because I was bullied and Alex young age I didn't really hadn't need friends my aides those solids adults help me kind of known as the house of my home Larry King. Klinger if he's in the refrigerator and decide supporting me when I was little so I guess it has taken various theories attack Basilan we. Of the office and Taylor. What is your young message for all the other younger about their who have these dreams and aspirations. I just say eight anatomy Littleton by the people's Littleton maddening senseless my I don't and they didn't consent. But it always some work hard and get an education this view worry Trulia. Yes and here you're living proof of that sweetheart and a tell you why because of all your hard work we are going to have you visit us here. In New York City at GMA and we're gonna have you read one of the women with wrinkled and her name not. Good news. The president chaired that's how are also have a lot of surprises when you when you and your mom come up in the business real soon the Fletcher mark both U Nissan highs. You change. Tired young lady.

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