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The hungry child

The hungry child ...

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Funneling Children into the adult criminal justice system

Funneling Children into the adult criminal justice system ...

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“Ask what you can do for your country”

[caption id="attachment_14357" align="alignleft" width="180"] Marian Wright Edelman[/caption] Child Watch “Ask  what you can do for your country” By Marian Wright Edelman NNPA Columnist      “It should be clear by now that a nation can be no stronger abroad than she is at home. Only an America which practices what it preaches about equal rights and social justice will be respected by those whose choice affe ...

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“Mentors matter”

[caption id="attachment_14357" align="alignleft" width="180"] Marian Wright Edelman[/caption] Child Watch “Mentors matter” By Marian Wright Edelman       These are the words of an 18-year-old who recently graduated from high school in a high-poverty neighborhood in the nation’s capital: “Where I live, which is Ward 7, everyone is the same . . . If you follow the crowd, you’ re going to end up dead or in jai ...

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All children deserve teachers who care about them

All children deserve teachers who care about them ...

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“Where do we go from here?”

message to us today is as clear as it was 50 years ago if only we could hear, heed, and follow his warnings about what we need to do to make America America. ...

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Zero tolerance discipline policies: A failing idea

Zero tolerance discipline policies: A failing idea ...

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The NRA is afraid of the truth

For years the NRA has blocked the truth and actively fought against and prevented research in the causes and costs of gun violence ...

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The devastating voices of children

devastating voices of children from Sandy Hook Elementary School ...

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Mrs. Rosa Parks – before and after the bus

Rosa Parks tells us there’s always something we can do. She tells us that we all have responsibilities, to ourselves and to one another. She reminds us that this is how change happens — not mainly through the exploits of the famous and the powerful, but through the countless acts of often anonymous courage and kindness and fellow feeling and responsibility that continually, stubbornly, expand our conception ...

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