Young Kids Who Are Committed to Changing the World

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10 year old Ezra Frech joined us live to talk about a one hour special that he’s a part of called We Day. Celebrating a generation committed to changing their world, We Day features inspiring stories of young Americans. Joined by host Selena Gomez, Jennifer Hudson, Nick Jonas, Common, Tyrese Gibson, Demi Lovato, The Band Perry and more. Ezra, a local Los Angeles student, is embracing his differences as a way to inspire others. Ezra, 10 years-old, was born with a congenital anomaly that resulted in the amputation of his left leg and the relocation of his toe to his hand to serve as a thumb. In 2014 Ezra became a finalist for Sports Illustrated Kid of the Year. Ezra continues to prove that even though he may look different; his differences are what make him who he is.  To see Ezra’s inspiring story and many others, tune into We Day on Friday night at 8p on ABC. For more information, click HERE or follow them on twitter @WeDay.  For more information on Ezra, click HERE or follow him on twitter @TeamEzra05

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