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The Hollis Boys, 6 and 7, "Speaking up for our sisters" with Down Syndrome

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Published on Sep 21, 2012

"We live in a small town in Central Illinois and woke one morning in April 2011 to find our home and cars had been spray painted," says Anne Hollis.

The family had been attacked because her two daughters have Down Syndrome: "RETARDS." "Get Outta here." And other unprintables.

"That day changed my life forever."

But her two sons said they wanted to make a video, to "Speak up for our sisters."

Meet the Hollis Boys, age 6 and 7.

Watch, share, join www.everyonematters2012.com and www.facebook.com/everyonematters - to create a world where EVERYONE is free to be
EXACTLY who they are, without shame, apology - or attack.

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