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Meet the New Generation of Kids Who Are Fighting for Animals

These children and teenagers are raising awareness and funds to help endangered wildlife.

Taegen Yardley speaking at World Wildlife Day 2018 at the United Nations in Washington, D.C. All photos with permission from the families.

Kate Williams, age 9, believes there’s power that comes from an entire generation working together. The Texas native knows she can’t stop animal extinction alone. That’s why she’s teamed up with friends, teachers…




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Michele C. Hollow

Michele C. Hollow

I’m a journalist covering pets, wildlife, health, mental illness, and social justice.

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