Silly Game Reveals How Differently Adults and Kids View People With Disabilities


A boy and his dad making silly faces. Children can teach us a lot.

In the powerful PSA video below, from The Noémi Association in France, parents and their children were asked to mimic funny facial expressions of several strangers they saw on a screen. At first, everyone seems to enjoy playing the game. Then, around the 1:12-mark, when a person with a disability appears on the screen and makes a funny face, the adults and kids respond differently.

Watch their reactions below. 

h/t HuffPost Impact


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