Ingrida Lingyte is an anti-drug activist whose program of educating Colombian youth on the dangers of drugs is credited with saving lives. Her message is so impactful it is being implemented in schools throughout the entire country.
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“She’s raising her voice and fighting the drug culture of Colombia.”
“I know that I am changing the future of Colombia.”
“We are ready for Drug-Free Day.”
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