By Xiu Ying, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A parade of children and teenagers aged four to seventeen awaiting adoption, promoted in a shopping mall in Cuiabá on Tuesday May 21st, was criticized on social networks.
The Associação Mato-Grossoense de Pesquisa e Apoio à Adoção (Mato Grosso Association for Adoption Research and Support - AMPARA), the organizer of the event, defended the initiative, emphasizing that it promotes "social coexistence in a world that treats them as if they were invisible" and "shows the diversity of family construction".
The parade, held for the second time and part of actions . . .
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