American actress and humanitarian Mia Farrow shares some of her experiences from working in Africa as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. The brutality she's witnessed has inspired her to recognize organic human components, and the anxiety involved in efforts to create change.
Farrow argues that humans have the capacity to do immense amounts of good in the world and help each other. At the same time, all people have the capacity to commit purely wicked acts. In acknowledging this potential, we can develop a strategy to create the most positive change in the world. She strongly believes that if certain groups of people have the tools and the incentive to act compassionately towards others and make a difference in the world, they would.
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