Hope Sacco can trace her doubts about herself as far back as when she was 6 years old, when the brunette asked her parents to buy her a blonde wig.
Anna Doherty can recall even in recent years being so unsure of herself that she would shy away from speaking up in class.
Determined to move past their insecurities, the two Roland Park Elementary/Middle School eighth-graders teamed up on a project to help girls paint themselves in a more confident light.
The girls created "Girls Coloring for Change" — a coloring book that features prominent women of all shapes, sizes, religions and races. Their book beat out dozens of student projects from across the country...