The Littlest Abolitionist

Have you ever been blown away just by hearing something about someone incredible?? I have been today!

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead

Well, let me add to that by saying, never doubt that a small young girl can change the world.

With permission from her mother, Anne I will be able to interview the Littlest Abolitionist.

This little girl is doing something to change lives! Wow!!

Watch A’s vlog that she created this summer to raise awareness. Her efforts earned her a nomination for the 2018 Ohio/Michigan Liberator Award. She is a finalist and her family will be attending the awards gala tomorrow!!

A’s award winning video

She has given several presentations and has been invited to give several more presentations this year.

As a result of her efforts, the Columbus Gifted Academy 4th & 5th grade students are raising money through Penny Harvest to help end human trafficking.

Although I suspect she might be quite a bit younger than the people who try to make a change in the world concerning human trafficking awareness, she has rightfully earned the nickname, the Littlest Abolitionist. She has my heart already!!!

Her strategy is prevention through early education.

In addition to her work, she is also a competitive swimmer and an honor student.

In any event, thank you for your incredible work, dear sweet A.

The world needs more people like you! Please watch her videos. Show her some love!! And watch out for our video chat interview together!!! Coming soon!!

A’s vlog

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