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The Victoria’s Voice gala raised 1.3 million dollars for a program called Victory Clubs, which gives kids incentives to stay off drugs. Kids who join agree to be drug-free, and agree to be randomly drug-tested. In exchange, they get incentives like a parking spot at school and theater tickets. Rapper Aye B shares why this is so close to her heart and why she wants to help kids. Addiction specialist Brandy Klingman shares that it’s important to start talking to kids early, even as early as 4th grade, about drugs and their internal constitution.