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"Richard Gere reviews the plight of street children in Ulanbaatar and other cities in this remote country between China and Russia.
Boy soldiers in Africa toting AK-47s…Kids scrambling for garbage in a Rio slum…Cambodian girls maimed by landmines... Through affecting stories of children in crisis, each episode raises issues of human rights for discussion, writing, or research. Presented by such well-known personalities as Michael Douglas, Susan Sarandon, and Danny Glover, the programs correlate with NCSS standards on the study of people, places, and environments as well as interactions among individuals, groups, and institutions. Hosts travel to each location with UN personnel to meet the children, tell their stories, and offer help through the world organization. Grades 6 and up. Closed captioned. Color. Approximately 28 minutes each. RCN Entertainment. ©2003."