The Red Sea: "One-Child Policy" by Ashley

Summary

This is was made to motivate people and make a difference to stop the one-child policy. That girls they should also get a chance to live and breathe. We are all special.

 

Bio

 The reason why I made this video was because of a project at school. I read stories about people who are suffering because of this.  It made me think of my family and how if that were the law here in the U.S, how I would not even taken one breath in this world; I am the 6th child in my family and so grateful. I was inspired by my family and All Girls Allowed. That was the reason why I made this video. I am very happy that I made this, even if its the smallest thing, I am happy that I could help in anyway.




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