We couldn’t find any content because your search may be too narrow.
Consider broadening your search
pbs.orgLittle progress made to safeguard unaccompanied migrant children, subcommittee saysIn the past six years, more than 200,000 unaccompanied migrant children have entered the U.S. and been placed into the “UAC” program. Both the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Health and Human Services administer the children’s placement program -- detaining kids at the border, housing them in shelters and screening adult “sponsors” to care for them as they await their immigration court proceedings.
theedadvocate.orgBlack Boys in Crisis: Counteracting Racial Stereotypes - The EdvocateSpread the loveIn this series, appropriately titled “Black Boys in Crisis,” I highlight the problems facing black boys in education today, as well as provide clear steps that will lead us out of the crisis. We need to teach young black men to identify themselves in opposition to negative media presentations. One way is to utilize education to naturalize the narrative of compassion into masculinity that is currently lacking in the lives of many African-American boys. Ignorance is the enemy. The result is that black kids get locked up. In this article, we will discuss three ways that we can …
simplychristaanne.comGo Wild: Animal Prints ~ Simply Christa Anne This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure policy for more information. Hi, friends! My toddler greets everyone we encounter by shouting, “HI, FRIEND!” I think it’s adorable, but beyond being adorable, I think it’s such a warm welcome. When I do greet strangers, it’s usually with a brief “Hi.” No exclamation point. If I’m out in the world, it’s probably because I have a list of tasks to accomplish, and I’m not a fan of wasted time and chit chat. You could say I’m goal oriented. I love people and interacting with them, but sometimes I don’t lead with an outgoing greeting. I’m going to take a lesson from my two-year-old and start greeting the world with that level of joy and with open arms. Another lesson I’ve recently learned from my toddler is to embrace all things wild. Like so many kids, my son is obsessed with animals. Every day he declares a new favorite, pretending to be a lion or a puppy or a shark. I love his imaginative play, and I love to see how the animal he chooses affects his attitude. I decided to try the same thing, but in a fashion blogger way. A few weeks ago, I bought a pair of leopard print mules. This was a first for me, but I am always willing to step outside of my comfort zone. (And Nordstrom has a great return policy.) I’ve never been anti-animal print; it’s just something that I never got into. Lately, when I’ve seen an animal print, I’ve thought to myself, “That’s super cute.” So I decided to try something new, and I started where I always do: shoes. I went shopping with the sole purpose of buying a pair of animal print shoes. After lots of stores and lots of try-ons, I settled on these. I wore them that night, paired with a black t-shirt dress and a denim jacket. You know what? I felt fun and flirty and, yup, a little bit wild. And of course, now I’m obsessed with animal prints. Join me on my newest obsession! Here are items that I’ve either purchased or are currently in my shopping cart. (When I go in, I go all in.) Cheetah Print Camp Shirt Cheetah Dot T-Shirt Dress Cheetah Pencil Skirt Leopard Short Sleeve Sweater Leopard Cardigan Leopard Pump Leopard Flat Leopard Belt Does what you wear change how you feel? Have you learned any great lessons from your kids? Let me know in the comments!1
travelfamilyblog.comKayak and Paddle Surf with kids. How we are preparing our kids for a full day kayak.We think that for children under the age of (about) 10 years old, it’s best for them to share a tandem kayak with an adult. Children should always sit in the front seat, as the person in the backseat is responsible for steering. And we use standard kayaks, that are a bit wide in the diameter, and kids are properly hold.13
epicdigest.comBrad Pitt claims he has actually given his ex-wife Angelina Jolie $9m since splitBrad Pitt claims he has actually given his ex-wife $1.3m since that they broke up 2 years ago, and provided her another $8m. Angelina Jolie filed court documents this week recommending her former husband had actually paid “no meaningful kid support”, as their custody fight continues. In action, Pitt declares he provided her $1.3m and …1