Ten-year-old Jayda Pink Chopane was among more than 70 kids selling products at a children's business fair in Nebraska.
Jayda's business is called "A Touch of Pink."
"My business name came from my middle name and because I'm putting a touch of me on just regular stuff," Jayda said.
Jayda puts more than just a "Touch of Pink" on her crafts.
"I have DIY crafts that are all related to autism because I have autism, and I want to spread awareness, and those are symbols of autism," Jayda said.
She was diagnosed when she was 2 years old.
"Not a lot of people know about autism, but it's a really special thing in the world and lots of people have it," Jayda said.
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