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September MOMentum: Your Donations Powering This Movement

October 1, 2018
How your donation is making a difference Dear MomsRising Champion monthly donor, It’s fall. Time for change! Backed by your generosity, MomsRising members are rising for change all over America — to get out the vote, stand up for kids, end family separation and so much more. Thank you for being a...
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Urge Governor Inslee to invest in early learning for all families

September 20, 2018
BREAKING NEWS: A new study from the Center for American Progress found 83% of parents with children under the age of five struggle to access affordable, high-quality early learning programs for their children. (NOT news to those of us experiencing the childcare crisis, amiright?). And according to...
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4 maneras en las que puedes apoyar los esfuerzos de recuperación en Puerto Rico

September 19, 2018
El 20 de septiembre de 2017, el huracán María arrasó las comunidades de Puerto Rico, devastando la isla. María destruyó 100% de la red eléctrica y 95% de las torres de telefonía celular en Puerto Rico lo que hizo que las comunicaciones de emergencia colapsaran. Un informe federal reveló que el...
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Get Your Healthy School Power Pack!

September 19, 2018
All of our children deserve the opportunity to succeed, whether they want to be an astronaut, open a restaurant, or play third base. Children are full of possibility and potential. As parents, caregivers and adults, that gives us great hope for this world. Our children will craft and create a...
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NC: Resources for those affected by Hurricane Florence and Ways to Help

September 18, 2018
The devastation and heartbreak Hurricane Florence has brought to North Carolina is hard to comprehend. Even now as the storm leaves our state, North Carolina families are facing flood waters, struggling to find food and clean water, and anxiously wondering when they can return home. Every single...
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September 15, 2018
The "school-to-prison pipeline" is a troubling national trend where children are funneled out of public schools and into the juvenile and criminal justice systems. It starts when kids are pushed out of the classroom, typically for nonviolent offenses, effectively reducing valuable learning time,...
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4 Ways You Can Support Recovery Efforts in Puerto Rico

September 14, 2018
On September 20th 2017, Hurricane Maria tore through communities in Puerto Rico, devastating the Island. Maria knocked out 100 percent of the electrical grid, and 95 percent of cellphone t owers in Puerto Rico, triggering a collapse in emergency communications. A federal report found that FEMA...
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¡Ayúdanos a difundir las buenas noticias! Los permisos familiares y médicos pagados están llegando a WA!

September 12, 2018
El regreso a clases viene lleno de nuevos comienzos. Una nueva temporada, nuevos salones de clase y este año, ¡una nueva política de permisos familiares y médicos pagados en el Estado de Washington! Los miembros de MomsRising se unieron en el 2017 para lograr la aprobación de la mejor política de...
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#KeepMarching Book Club! Ch.1: Building an Intersectional Movement-- Together

September 12, 2018
Want to join our virtual book club? Pick up a copy of Keep Marching, share with your book club if you're in one, and read along with us! We're discussing Chapter 1: Waking Up in this post.
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Journey through Social Emotional Development as it Pertains to School

September 12, 2018
Without these skills, children are at a higher risk for mental, behavioral and developmental disorders. The latest statistics from the CDC show that 1 in 7 children (ages 2-8-years old) have a mental, behavioral or developmental disorder. What it looks like in school while they are mastering these skills...
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