Poker/boxing event in NYC benefits spina bifida
When you have a child with a birth defect, you either go into your shell and avoid the world, or you can do what actor/former tennis star Boris Kodjoe and his wife Nicole Ari Parker did.
"We speak out for those who don't have a voice," said Kodjoe, who was a four-year letterman at Virginia Commonwealth University before becoming a model and then actor. "There are a lot of people in the same boat with us. We just have the platform and the opportunity to make it known publicly. We ...
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