lifehacker.comWhere to Volunteer, Donate, and Protest to Fight Family Separation at the BorderThe Trump administration is separating children from their parents through two new policies, keeping children in cages, and lying about all of it. This may seem like a massive problem that you can’t help to solve. But you can, with your time, money, skills, or just a phone call.
boredpanda.com30+ Fun Photos Of My Family That I Took To Fight BoredomMy name is Kate Weiland. I’m a happy mother of three kids and the creator behind the delicious (and totally ridiculous) photography food series Our family bites (#ourfamilybites). I’ve always been a massive supporter of the fine arts and having taught Drama and Dance for many years, I was eager to get into the photography side of things.27
ethicalmarketingnews.comCats Protection Launch #KidsandKitties Campaign - Ethical Marketing NewsA campaign has been launched today to encourage parents to keep their pets during pregnancy and beyond following new findings that show around half have concerns about cats and children yet few seek advice on the topic. Run by the charity Cats Protection, #KidsandKitties urges people not to give up their pets as survey results reveal that 1 in 12 parents did so because they were expecting a baby or had young children, with two thirds regretting this decision. Supported by Emmerdale star and mum-of-two Samantha Giles, the campaign offers…4
businessinsider.comFamily separation is just one part of the problem — there's no system in place to reunite parents with their children once they're split upAs controversy rages over the Trump administration's "zero-tolerance" policy, immigration lawyers and advocates report mass confusion and an absence of protocols to reunite migrant children with the parents from whom they were separated.
pbs.orgStrategies . I Can't Believe I Said That! . Talking With Kids . PBS ParentsPBS Parents. Find information about your child's development from birth through the early school years. And you'll find lots of fun educational activities for your children to help get them ready for school. The PBS Parents Guides address important aspects of your child's early years such as school readiness and social and emotional development. You can also find information about your children's favorite PBS KIDS programs: schedules for your local area, educational activities related to the programs, explanations of educational goals and even help throwing a PBS KIDS birthday party!