We asked folks about legacy and what they want people to remember about them. We’ve shared some of those responses below.

Keffus Falls III | Digital Creator & Community Advocate

My father always taught me that everything you do in this life leaves a mark, with whoever you meet and wherever you go. He named me after both him and my grandfather, so I have always taken pride in being “the third.” I didn’t realize the importance of carrying a family name until recently. That being said, I want my legacy to be memorable. I want people to remember me as the person who was always around to lend a helping hand. I am thankful to God for the life that I live because of the people I grew up with, and the people whom I continue to meet everyday. Houston is different. This is a city that welcomes people of all faces, backgrounds and religions. As a Black man with a multicultural background, I wouldn’t have it any other way. Read more>>

Brandon Willis | Singer-Songwriter, Multi-Instrumentalist, Producer, and Teacher

When it is time for me to leave earth, I want people to remember me as symbol of black excellence. Read more>>

Chelsea Lerner | Producer, Podcaster, Performer and Musician

I want people to remember how versatile I am and how in the face of scary change, I create solutions through my art. Read more>>