"You are not really heads of corporations and elected officials," she said. "You are fathers, mothers, husbands, wives and someones child." She reminded them that in kindergarten children are taught by adults to share, clean up their messes, get along with others, and be kind. "Have you forgotten those lessons?" she admonished them.
War, poverty, global warming, selfish consumerism - she threw it all back in their laps and begged them to do more than clap for her and smile. "Make your words count. Do something so when I have children, they will have a future."
It was the most powerful speech I've ever heard and it all flew out of the mouth of a twelve year old girl. I was so impressed and moved I cried. Here is the link to a grainy YouTube post of that speech. I wish I had a better copy to pass on but it's her words that will move you, not the cinematography.