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From the organization Save the Children, this video depicts a young girl's life gets turned upside-down in this second a day video that may get you to think about your daily routine.

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In spite of the sad nature of this video, what do you feel are some important takeaways from the depictions provided?
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Do you think that these depictions could occur in the UK today?
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What are some of cues you noticed indicating this change of this young girl's situation?
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