Transcript for 7-Year-Old Girl Tells the World That Down Syndrome Is 'Not Scary'
Finally tonight, a little girl's message about what it means to be different. Here's John donvan. Can you do anything? Yes, I can do anything I want. Reporter: Call what you're seeing here, Sofia Sanchez in her own words. Are you smart? Yes. Reporter: A video of her mom asking her questions that got 5 million Facebook views this month. For this part especially. Little miss. Yes? Do you have down syndrome? Yes, I do. Is down syndrome scary? No, it's not scary. Reporter: And the story -- Sophia, who is 7, was born in Ukraine and was adopted when she was 16 months old. Joining a family where her older brother, Joaquin, also has down syndrome. I'm able to give my son a sibling that understands him. That is like him. They can share their journey together. Reporter: Which puts the Sanchez family in the forward ranks of a movement which asks society to be more accepting of people who are different She's being a self advocate of people with disability. They have a love of life. Reporter: Look how confident this little kid is. Meaning we're closer to the day when acceptance will be total. John donvan, ABC news. Tonight, we salute Sophia and her family for being "America strong." "Gma" first thing in the morning, David Muir will be right back here tomorrow night. I'm Tom llamas. Have a great evening. Good night.
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