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Dr. Adams your explanation of Paw Paw’s death is malpractice

“Avoid alcohol, tobacco, and drugs. And call your friends and family. Check-in on your mother; And speaking of mothers, we need you to do this, if not for yourself, then for your Abuela. Do it for your granddaddy. Do it for your Big Mama. Do it for your Pop-Pop. We need you to understand — …

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Color your way to the end of the pandemic

During the peak of COVID-19 quarantine keep young children indoors. I am alarmed by what I see outside of my home during the COVID-19 quarantine. I see children on bikes, parents pushing babies in strollers, and families with young children leisurely walking around and the children do not have on masks. Some people in my …

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On a teleconference that could not just be an email, Sesame Street presents Elmo’s Virtual Playdate

Sesame Street presents Elmo’s (Virtual) Playdate will be airing Tuesday, April 14 at 7:00 PM ET/5:00 PM PT on PBS KIDS and other media. During this challenging time, an always consistent Sesame Workshop, which has a 50-year history of consistently providing useful and engaging children’s programming, is building on its Caring for Each Other- Covid-19 initiative …

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The ability to access online education is a right

https://youtu.be/I4K3bjbQb2E COVID-19 has dropped every educator right in the middle of every argument about online education. As a small start, if we care about the rights of children, each of us needs to fight to make sure every child in America has robust access to the Internet. And if you are as dedicated as I …

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Another childhood is possible through peace education

For working-class children and the most economically oppressed, to be taught to view your neighbors and family suspiciously is a disservice. Oppression feeds on suspicion and mistrust. Marginalized people who do not trust each other, lose the power of community, and that is often their greatest advocate and sustainer. We often talk about the new …

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Child centered, social justice