Eighteen-year-old Penn State student Neha Gupta receives the KidsRights Children’s Peace Prize from South African Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, left, in The Hague, Netherlands, on Tuesday. Gupta started Empower Orphans when she was 9.
Eighteen-year-old Penn State student Neha Gupta receives the KidsRights Children’s Peace Prize from South African Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, left, in The Hague, Netherlands, on Tuesday. Gupta started Empower Orphans when she was 9. AP photo
Eighteen-year-old Penn State student Neha Gupta receives the KidsRights Children’s Peace Prize from South African Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, left, in The Hague, Netherlands, on Tuesday. Gupta started Empower Orphans when she was 9. AP photo

Penn State student wins prestigious International Children’s Peace Prize

November 18, 2014 2:22 PM

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