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The children in this video are all unique These children were born in 1992 during the Earth Summit held in Rio Brazil They are now being interviewed ten years later just as world leaders are preparing for the Rio10 follow-up summit Bruno Sorrentino has been filming these children and their families to see if the promises made during the first summit have been kept In the video we see the children now ten years old having to deal with poverty violence racism child labor disease family turmoil and lack of education The locations of these children vary greatly and have quite an effect on their social situations They are from such locations as South Africa Kenya China The United States Latvia Brazil The United Kingdom and India I would have to say that Kay Kays story affected me the most It was such an eye opener to see the life this ten-year-old leads Due to her parents work situations she is home alone most of the time and has to take care of herself and be responsible for her own food her own needs and especially her schoolwork She lives in China with her mother and father who like I mentioned before have conflicting work schedules and must leave their daughter to fend for herself They work hard to provide Kay Kay with a decent life They want to make sure that she has enough food and most importantly that she can get an education Kay Kay dreams of making lots of money and she wants to make sure that she and her family stay healthy I believe that things will improve for Kay Kay because she is very smart and very responsible and I could just tell she had a good head on her shoulders She seemed to know what she wanted and I believe that she can achieve it In Kay Kays case I believe one issue that would affect her the most
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