"#RasheenPepPeppers History was made 1/25/12. Rasheen 'Pep' Peppers started an initiative called 'Gangs Vs Literacy' in which he is speaking to the youth about the importance of reading and eduaction as a way of keeping our youth off the streets. He realizes that we have to show our youth that there is a better way of life then just being in gangs. The show was truly awe inspiring. Sharon Turnage artist Hugga Rockz opened up the show with his hit single 'We Want More' a song dedicated to the LDLF and our mission to educate the nation about leukemia. He also performed his single 'Declaration of Independence' featuring Shanae 'Squeaky' Monroe."
“LET US THANK LARRY LOVE AGAIN. RALPH GREER, SQUEAKY, AND MARVIN THOMPSON ARE PEOPLE HELPING THE COMMUNITY. TOGETHER WE CAN HELP THE ENTIRE NATION. TRUST ME WE CAN DO IT. ”
“Oh I had the chance to meet with Squeaky, a singer who is working on a rap about the GED. Say what! Yes about the GED! “Squeaky” gave a great performance by the garage door. No admission charge either.”
“Squeaky did not graduate with the GED, but she is a role model for hundreds of thousands of youth because she fought back hard to graduate from high school and she is going to college now. Can you believe that Larry Love(LeLeLeLe Larry Love), Squeaky, and Marty Mar (Mr. GED) finally got together?”
“...Only eighteen years old and she goes into schools to talk to the students who look up to her. ...I asked Squeaky to sing Ojala Que Llueva Café en El Campo and she did a perfect job of learning the words, singing, and choreographing her performance. The entire audience was impressed...”
“If you are in Hip Hop and want GED help in your community or to connect with them, you can email Larry Love and Squeaky. Squeaky Monroe told about dropping out (she reported of Benjamin Cardozo High School in Queens.) ”
“Squeaky got back into school...receiving much more help the second time around and finishing high school... ...Tiffany Roberts spoke about how she felt her community...created a dance group that performed on BET... S.S. Hop-Hop Style which budded the career of Ms. Squeaky Monroe.”