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Boys & Girls
What happens when kids around the world talk to each other?
They learn they aren’t alone.
Teenagers on both sides of the world ask each other:
“What’s life like for YOU?”
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The documentary is about an amazing bunch of kids who live in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and are blessed with having an awesome mentor who wants to connect them with the world. Sannii Crespina-Flores runs the Do Remember Me Project, which helps kids from Philadelphia, New York, Tanzania, Nigeria, Uganda, Kenya, Paris, and Kazakhstan connect with each other and discover that their worlds are not as different as one might think.
The project was created with a grant from the Sundance Institute and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and is one of five films in the Sundance Institute Short Film Challenge.
4GGL thanks Upworthy for bringing this amazing story to our attention.
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