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I saw a feature about you and your business on the news last evening and I think you are very inspiring. I know my daughter will love her shirt.
Such a great message! Thanks for promoting such positivity for girls and for being a role model too.
Does being chronically ill inherently make you brave? Or inspiring?
Honestly, I didn't think so. I didn't choose to have Multiple Sclerosis, and I wouldn't wish it on anyone. I don't think I fit the standard definition of brave.
Yet, daring to show up while different, in today's society, IS BRAVE. Read my thoughts in my latest blog post (link is in the comments) and please share your thoughts as well! Girls Chronically Rock.
Golden Book of the Earth
The tees and other fashion pieces come with a quality and irresistible taste that makes them stand out.
Meet Keisha Greaves
After being diagnosed with Muscular Dystrophy, Keisha Greaves started her own line of t-shirts called Girls Chronically Rock to inspire others with chronic illnesses to have confidence in themselves and not let their disability define who they are.
Keshia is a motivational speaker, has a Masters in Business Management, and is the Massachusetts State Ambassador for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
Keisha Named MDA Spokesperson
Muscular Dystrophy Association names Keisha 2021 National Spokesperson
Girls Chronically Rock Podcast
Keisha discusses everything from Muscular Dystrophy, dating, upcoming events and of course her business
GCR Adaptive Project
The Girls Chronically Rock Adaptive Project is working with other fashion schools, such as Framingham State University, to raise awareness about adaptive fashion among fashion students