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Aitan Grossman is a teenager that has inspired many kids with his 100 Generations song. When he was 12 he read Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth and became inspired to protect the environment.
Aitan loved writing and making music, and he also wanted to help the environment, so he decided to combine the two and make a song about helping the environment. He invited some of his friends over to help him record
Aitan shared his song with his family and was encouraged by the positive reactions from his mom and dad. He got a copyright for 100 Generations and shared it on iTunes.
Grossman eventually started a non-profit organization called KidEarth to promote the song and also raise awareness for the environment.
Aitan went on a trip to Botswana where they invited school children to sing and record verses of 100 Generations.
Aitan says that to him advocate means taking a problem and doing your best to fix it.
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