TIME Magazine’s First-Ever “Kid Of The Year” On What Comes Next | MSNBC 1

TIME Magazine’s First-Ever “Kid Of The Year” On What Comes Next | MSNBC

 

15-year-old Gitanjali Rao, TIME Magazine’s first-ever “Kid of the Year,” speaks with NBC’s Joshua Johnson about her new title, her inventions, her hobbies and what she wants to accomplish next. Aired on 12/7/2020.
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TIME Magazine’s First-Ever “Kid Of The Year” On What Comes Next | MSNBC

27 comments

  1. This young wonderful kid has done more in the past few months than Melenoma did in 4 years with her “be best” joke

  2. Whoo Hoo! This little phenom is such a breath of fresh air at a time when this country and World is suffocating from evil and ignorance and pessimism. Im So so proud of this bright young brilliant future leader! CONGRATULATIONS Gitanjali! We are so lucky to have your energy.

  3. Congratulations on winning Kid of the year award .I am sure your parents are extremely proud of you as they should be. God bless you.

    1. Her parents come from Southern India. People from this part of India are known to be very smart.
      God bless Gitanjali.

  4. Impressive young lady. I’d love to hear a detailed interview with the parents to see how they raised such an impressive young lady.

  5. Great to see a news story that isn’t about politics or fighting! But positive energy and youth doing brilliant things . Love it!

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