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Adebowale Froth, a former Nigerian, moved to America with little financial controll. As she gained debt over the years, she married a local mechanic named John Yot. Even though their income was sustainable for 5 years, it grew unstable. At the brink of poverty, pregnancy was not the best thing for the family. Also, there was a complication with the unborn baby, making it so at the moment it was born, it couldn't live. Without proper medical care, this was their bound future for themselves and their one child Blinta. Maria Garcia was a friend and godmother of Adebowale's family, making her care over the children they'll have. But without knowing the criticalness of Adebowale's situation, she didn't think it to be necessary to intervene. Fawna and Gena were the extremely smart and talented daughters of Maria, and realized their cousins' lives could be in danger. But they weren't enough to convince Maria. Maria continued her life as a dance teacher, science teacher and store manager, while Adebowale continued to suffer. At last, a letter from a pediatrician was accidently sent Maria instead of Adebowale, reading about the child's critical health problems, and she needed to act now. Maria, now knowing how serious it was, used her medical degree from college to become a general surgeon. Taking Adebowale as a patient, she helped the newborn child have a long, happy life and continued to intervene ever since.

Storyboard Text

  • Mom, your friend. I heard the news about her pregnancy...
  • Guys, they'll be fine. They've always been...
  • Sh-she's not well. She can't afford welfare-
  • Honey, we've almost in poverty with one!
  • How may I help you?
  • We'll manage.
  • *sob* How could I ever thank you?
  • You don't have to.
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