Angelina Jolie shared her hobby of doing charity with her kids, and she usually takes them to poor living-conditions places in the world.

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Angelina Jolie co-parents with Brad Pitt and has 6 kids, 3 of them are adopted in Asia and Africa. According to People, the superstar spends more time with her kids explaining the country’s state, especially in this chaotic racial discrimination protests in the US. On June 3rd, she donated $200.000 for NAACP Legal Defense, they provide legal support in ethnic equality and social fair.

As the Goodwill Ambassador of UNICEF in immigrants for many years of global humanitarian activities, Angie usually takes her kids along in business trips. In 2004, she took Maddox to Spain on World Immigrant day.

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In 2015, Angelina Jolie took Shiloh to Lebanon to visit a camp of refugees of Syrian. Shiloh has made friends with a 15 years old local girl named Hala. Angie said: “Shiloh knows that I value refugee family and often ask me to take her along to meet them. I’m glad that she’s a friend of Hala. Tons of people here are miserable and become homeless. But for kids, losing friends is the saddest thing ever.”

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Also that year, she and Shiloh came to a camp refugee in Iraq and North-East Turkey. Angie shared that her daughter asked a lot about the life of these people. “I’m sad to talk about what they have suffered because of war. Shiloh was also collapsed when she recognized the truth. But no matter of what, my daughter is still waiting for the upcoming trip.”

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Angie took Pax Thien to the Jan Mai Kaung refugee camp in Myanmar, 2015. The 4-day trip helped them know more about the local’s living conditions and as a chance to propaganda anti-sexual harassment campaign.

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At the end of 2019, Angelina Jolie took Zahara back to her hometown, Ethiopia in Angie’s business trip. They were invited to the Government office and had a warm meeting with Sahla-Work Zewde – the first female president of Africa.