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Anne Hollis woke up to a rude shock one morning in April 2011. Anne and her family live in Central Illinois.

There was hate graffiti all over their property.

Anna had adopted two daughters from Ukraine. Meg and Alina have Down syndrome. On that fateful day Anna’s life changed forever.

However, Anna did not keep quiet about the issues. She and her sons made a video that stood up for their sisters.

The boys, 6 and 7 years gladly assisted their parents in making the video. In 2012, the Hollis boys put a call condemning the use of the word retard. Retard should not have any place in anyone’s dictionary.

The video dubbed “Everyone Matters” has received a global following. The emotional and appealing message in the video has touched millions of people.

It took hateful messages for the boys to appreciate their sisters. The girls are lucky to have such amazing brothers.

Watch the heartwarming video below and let us know what you think in the comments section.

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