Transcript for Angelina Jolie Feels Strength of Refugees Should be 'Represented More'
I do think of course when you are in a camper in a situation. And you meet people face to face and isn't sure you've done. It's something that you can't you can communicate in a news story we can't comment possibly explain to TV audience what it is like. To really sit with these families in and hear their voices I think so much in the news is about. The desperation of the people in when there at their wits and are seeing them must aggressive trying to get through border or or very emotional. When in fact the reason I love working with displace people and refugees is. Is because I am so inspired by them by how much there are able to overcome. How close there is families how aware they are what matters in every single moment just to be alive. How they pull together how they will give you the last piece of bread that that I've been in a border. Where of Syria where a little girl gave me her last and shared with me a little cracker that was something that she'd been given. And now and her and Everett's and it was the last thing in imagined she happened but to be a generous person and be a friend. Was what was more important her. Yes and it's and you see that more there than you see. Walking on the streets and in their regular country so there's a his generosity of his kindness as a humanity there is a strength. That is. I think could be represented more.
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