Jennifer Hudson loves the kids!

Before her performance at the “Stand for School Equality" Rally tomorrow (Oct. 7), the Grammy/Academy Award/Golden Globe winner visited Success Academy Harlem 1 last Thursday (Oct. 1) to meet the students. During her visit, Hudson met with the students and got a glimpse into their school day to assess the curriculum.

“I’m standing for education equality because every child deserves access to a great school,” said Hudson.

The “Stand for School Equality" Rally aims to end separate and unequal education in New York City. Fifteen thousand parents, students, and educators will rally in Cadman Plaza, Brooklyn tomorrow (Oct. 7) to bring awareness to the issue. Organized by Families for Excellent Schools, the rally will include a performance by Hudson, as well as international DJ and producer, DJ Jazzy Jeff, and guest speaker Aloe Blacc.

After the rally, students, parents and teachers will march across the Brooklyn Bridge to City Hall in Manhattan to demand from city officials a change in the unequal education standards in NYC that fail thousands of students.

Hit "next" below to peep the photos of Jennifer’s visit to Success Academy Harlem 1:

Jennifer Hudson

Jennifer Hudson

Before her performance at the "Stand for School Equality" Rally tomorrow (Oct. 7), the Grammy/Academy Award/Golden Globe winner visited Success Academy Harlem 1 last Thursday (Oct. 1) to meet the students.

Jennifer Hudson

Jennifer Hudson

Before her performance at the "Stand for School Equality" Rally tomorrow (Oct. 7), the Grammy/Academy Award/Golden Globe winner visited Success Academy Harlem 1 last Thursday (Oct. 1) to meet the students.

Jennifer Hudson

Jennifer Hudson

Before her performance at the "Stand for School Equality" Rally tomorrow (Oct. 7), the Grammy/Academy Award/Golden Globe winner visited Success Academy Harlem 1 last Thursday (Oct. 1) to meet the students.

Jennifer Hudson

Jennifer Hudson

Before her performance at the "Stand for School Equality" Rally tomorrow (Oct. 7), the Grammy/Academy Award/Golden Globe winner visited Success Academy Harlem 1 last Thursday (Oct. 1) to meet the students.