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Olivia Y. Mississippi and her little sister Barbour Mississippi having Lived through foster care wanted to do something to inspire and encourage other children that have gone through this or any other life experience they may need to talk about.
The names was Olivia Y Mississippi idea based on a law suit done in Mississippi olivia y v barbour
Olivia Y Mississippi wanting to be a Attorney was inspired by the work Marcia Lowry has done to help children.
Olivia Y Mississippi will decide what the show is about. Take calls from other children. Also she will Facebook and tweet other children. This show was created to be a voice for Children and to help children that may need a healthy outlet and may not have one.
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Radio continues to give a voice to thousands of children across the developing world
During 2015: Radio continues to be the most important tool to provide young people with information and give a voice to children across the developing world, many of whom live in remote or disaster-prone areas, says child rights organisation Plan International.
From early and forced marriage to child abuse, children across the world are using community radio and participatory radio initiatives to voice their opinion on a range of issues that affect their lives. They are also using the power of radio to advocate for their rights, support other young people and make themselves heard.
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