Letters Promote World Thinking Day 2017
The Girls Scouts are more than just a troop of young females that sell cookies, moonlight as an elite group of ninjas, and play dodgeball.
Perhaps I shouldn't get all my knowledge from movies.
With an organization stretching across 146 countries and 10 million members, the Girl Scouts are a cultural force. Now they're launching a letter writing campaign to celebrate February's World Thinking Day 2017.
Chair of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, Nicola Grinstead, told TIME:
In all of the turmoil and division across the world, it is young people who are likely to suffer most. Millions are missing out on an education and more than half of the world’s refugee population fleeing from conflict are made up of boys and girls under 18.
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