Teen activist on social media, self-esteem and why it’s important to “log off”




A new CBS Reports documentary entitled "Are the Kids All Right?" The Internet" explores the toll the online world is taking on kids and teenagers’ self-esteem. Emma Lembke, a digital wellness youth activist featured in the documentary, sits down with CBS News’ Mola Lenghi and Tanya Rivero to discuss why she launched a movement encouraging people to "log off."

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