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    Teenagers Live Extraordinary Lives to Make a Differencei
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    Elizabeth Lee
    May 06, 2014 7:41 PM
    While most teenagers in the United States spend their time juggling school, home and friends, there are a few who are choosing a different life. They are charting their own path to make a difference in the world. VOA's Elizabeth Lee met three of them in Los Angeles, where they recently gathered to discuss their work and what makes them unique.

    Teenagers Live Extraordinary Lives to Make a Difference

    Published May 06, 2014

    While most teenagers in the United States spend their time juggling school, home and friends, there are a few who are choosing a different life. They are charting their own path to make a difference in the world. VOA's Elizabeth Lee met three of them in Los Angeles, where they recently gathered to discuss their work and what makes them unique.


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