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Now we just need Brad Pitt (57) to get on the technological bandwagon and we could already follow the most controversial love triangle and followed in recent years. If Jennifer Aniston (52) became Instagram and the networks went crazy, the same has happened with Angelina Jolie (46). However, it was not a movie premiere or a collaboration with a prestigious fashion firm that has led Angelina to open an Instagram account. Do not.
As United Nations Ambassador for Refugees, Angelina Jolie has shared a letter from an Afghan girl due to the dire situation currently being experienced in Afghanistan.
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“This is a letter from a teenage girl in Afghanistan. Right now, the people of Afghanistan are losing the ability to communicate on social media and express themselves freely. So I am joining Instagram to share their stories and the voices of who all over the world fight for their basic human rights.
“I was on the Afghanistan border two weeks before 9/11, where I met Afghan refugees who had fled the Taliban. This was twenty years ago. It is disgusting to see Afghans being displaced once again by fear and uncertainty. that has taken over your country. ”
“Spending so much time and money, spilling blood and losing lives just to get there is a failure almost impossible to understand. Watching for decades how Afghan refugees, some of the most capable people in the world, are treated as a burden is also Disgusting. Knowing that if they had the tools and the respect, how much they would do for themselves. And meeting so many women and girls who not only wanted an education, they fought for it. ”
Thus, Angelina Jolie seeks the support and media speaker that social networks provide to talk about what is happening right now in Afghanistan. An hour after uploading this post, the actress had more than a million and a half followers. In her biography you can read: “Mom, filmmaker and official ambassador of the United Nations for refugees.” Hopefully this will make her voice and that of the refugees reach many more people.