The social experiment stars a six-year-old girl named Anano. At the beginning of the video, she is seen standing alone in a busy street.
The maxim “never judge a book by its cover” is perhaps one of the most popular and well-known in the world, and yet despite its accuracy, it’s a crime most people are still guilty of.
This is exhibited best in a video UNICEF uploaded on Facebook to raise awareness to poverty-stricken children not being given the opportunity to rise up and have their fair chance at a good life.
Titled “Georgia Social Experiment,” the now-viral video aims to start a discourse about how we treat children in public places.
The social experiment stars a six-year-old girl named Anano. She is a child actor. At the beginning of the video, she is seen standing alone in a busy street.
She is dressed well in a stockings and pink coat. To the untrained eye, she looks like a prim and proper little girl. Anano, however, is alone.
Immediately, people take notice. Approaching her, asking her questions: where she is from, why is she alone. People are kind with her, affectionate, and they show genuine concern for her wellbeing, willing to assist any way they could.
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