Time Magazine 2022 - 2021 Kid of the Year -Orion Jean
Much has been said, and rightly so, about what a heartbreaking time this period has been for so many kids around the world. “The Lost Year,” we called it in a TIME cover story about how COVID-19 affected a generation of students. This year’s TIME Kid of the Year, 11-year-old Orion Jean from Mansfield, Texas, has turned that script on its head—finding, and sharing, positivity in hardship: “You have to find something that breaks your heart for you to really get out there and make a difference,” the sixth-grader tells TIME contributing editor Angelina Jolie in an interview.
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