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1/13/2022 – The UPDATE | January 13, 2022   2022 is here and we're ready to get started!

 

12/28/2021 – Kim Perry | Inspired by our Collective Impact  Take a look at the impactful actions we've taken to build a powerful advocacy for kids and youth. 

12/21/21 – Roberto | Let's strengthen all home visiting programs in the District  Parents don't receive an instruction manual. 

12/14/21 – Maggie Riden | Help us make sure no young person ever experiences homelessness  Each night, thousands of youth don't have a safe place to call home.

12/9/21 – The UPDATE | December 9, 2021  Out-of-school time programs are an accessible, inclusive solution to preventing and interrupting violence.

12/7/21 – Alethea Etinoff | Help strengthen the District's early childhood system in 2022!  A child's future begins with their parents and with early educators.

12/2/21 – The UPDATE | December 2, 2021  From new staff to our latest blogs about advocating for language access and youth employment, our newsletter has it all. 

 

11/30/21 – Tiffany Ward | Together on Giving Tuesday We Can Strengthen Our Advocacy in 2022  We can't accept the status quo when it comes to our children and youth

11/18/21 – The UPDATE | November 18, 2021  Driving social change within our communities testifying on youth homelessness and honoring Black Babies Month. 

11/10/21 – The UPDATE | November 10, 2021  Youth forum, advocacy for the early learning community and more.

11/3/21 – The UPDATE | November 3, 2021  Did you miss the Fall Reception and Awards Ceremony? That's okay, here's a recap.

 

10/29/21 – The UPDATE | October 29, 2021  How Biden's plan might spark gains for children and families.

10/14/21 – The UPDATE | October 14, 2021  Task force takes on equitable early educator compensation.

10/6/21 – The UPDATE | October 6, 2021 While confirmed COVID-19 cases among children are less common than among adults, more than 10,000 District children and youth have still contracted the disease.

 

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