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A teenager with Down syndrome wins a beauty pageant title in a competition in the United States

A teenager with Down syndrome wins a beauty pageant title in a competition in the United States

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A historic moment occurred in Delaware, USA, last week: Kaya Kosmalski, a 17-year-old girl with Down syndrome, was elected Miss Delaware Teen USA. This young woman is the first to reach this position, and according to local media, she has captivated “the public and the judges with her grace, charm and unwavering determination.” Information from Alô Alô Bahia, with data from O Globo*

Kayla, a Middletown High School student, won the award in her second appearance in the beauty pageant held at the Tattnall School’s Laird Center for the Performing Arts. But beauty contests are nothing new in the life of the teenager, who made her first attempt at writing her autobiography at the age of five. Now, 12 years later, she will represent Delaware in the Miss Teen National category in August.

Kayla is also a cheerleader, swimmer, and dedicated to activism for the inclusion of people with disabilities. According to CBS News, her work played an important role in the approval of the law — later named after Ms. — whose mission is to guide people with disabilities in legal and bureaucratic situations.

“I just want to say that people with Down Syndrome can do anything in their lives. They are amazing. They are amazing. Be kind to each other, and Down Syndrome doesn’t stop me!” said Ms.

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