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Now is the time for common sense gun regulations!

Invest in our littlest learners!
Families have a chance for affordable high-quality Pre-K with the Strong Start for America's Children Act. Ask your Senators to co-sponsor it today!

Moms Are Talking
“My husband and I found ourselves with a surprise pregnancy when our two children were 10 and 12."

Sandy, Washington

Let's Get Soda Out of Kids' Meals!
Tell Burger King and Wendy's that soda shouldn't be the default drink for kids

Join the Good Food Force!
Help get the word out about healthy school foods, junk food marketing to kids, and reducing childhood obesity.

Tell Nickelodeon to Stop Marketing Junk Food to Kids!
Parents need everyone, including schools, sports teams and children's media to help our kids make healthy food choices.

SNAP (food stamps) support healthy kids and families!

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The View from 3 Feet: Preschoolers + Video Cameras = Adorable

Posted September 19, 2014 by Joe Bishop

Ever wondered what the world looks like from a preschooler's point of view? Well then check out this new (and totally adorable) short video about why preschool matters, as told by the little tots themselves. Honestly, I could talk your ear off about the importance of early learning, but wouldn't you rather have some cute [...]

#PeoplesClimate and People's Budget: #WorthSaving

Posted September 19, 2014 by Robin Claremont

This Sunday, the People’s Climate March, billing itself as the largest climate march in history, will flood the streets of New York City to draw attention to the urgent need to address global climate change. Tens, if not hundreds, of thousands of people will participate in the march set to coincide with a UN Summit [...]

#FoodFri Tweetchat: Raise YOUR Voice for Healthy School Snacks!

Posted September 18, 2014 by Migdalia Rivera

Tweetchat Nationally, most students buy at least one sugary drink or snack every day in school—one of the many reasons why school food greatly affects their health. National guidelines are in place this year to make sure school snacks are healthy. Join us for FoodFri on Friday, September 19, 2014, at 1 p.m. EST. Click [...]

Posted Under: Food!

Building Blocks for Early Learning: Pennsylvania Edition

Posted September 17, 2014 by Mary E. Mannix

Blocks are one of the first toys for most American children. As an early childhood teacher of over twenty five years, I can not count how many building blocks I have helped to stack, sort, count, name, knock over and pick up. They are a fundamental piece to the foundation for lifelong learning. Through block [...]

Childcare - The Low Hanging Fruit

Posted September 17, 2014 by Kelli King-Jackson

Low hanging fruit.  Ripe.  Ready to be picked.  Easy to reach.  Social or political 'wins' most folks can get behind and that don't have many cons. In today's economy, our lowest hanging fruit is childcare -- basic facilities (or homes) that offer children of low-to-moderate incomes a safe place to learn and socialize. My 3.5 year-old godson [...]

5 Reasons I Take Retreats

Posted September 12, 2014 by Renee Trudeau

“Are you listening to your life–what is it trying to tell you?”  Renee Trudeau Stephen Cope, MSW, author and director of Kripalu’s Institute for Extraordinary Living says retreats don’t change our lives as much as they change where we stand in relationship to our lives—and our capacity to see the hidden possibilities there. I grew [...]

Drawing the Line at Cupcake Cones

Posted September 15, 2014 by Manel Kappagoda

September is “back to school” month for most kids in the United States. My daughter is in her last year of preschool, but some of her buddies have moved on to kindergarten. As this momentous transition is just around the corner for her, I’ve been talking to friends and family about what to expect. Last [...]

The Peer is the Political: Why The Cosmo Generation Needs To Lead

Posted September 15, 2014 by Erin Vilardi

We’ve come a long way, ladies. Now it’s time to go farther, faster. With Cosmopolitan.com’s recent announcement that it would increase its political coverage heading into election season and that it would launch #Cosmovotes, an initiative to get more young women to vote and endorse candidates who support women’s rights, we let out a resounding [...]

Posted Under: politics & policy