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Share Your Commitment: Start a Movement!

Dorothy Height was one of the last living links to the social activism of the New Deal era. As a social worker, she believed that strong communities were at the heart of social welfare. Ms. Height was described as the grand dame of the civil rights movement and its unsung heroine. Upon her death in 2010,READ MORE >>

Every Day is Universal Children’s Day

Did you know November 20 is Universal Children’s Day? Confession – I didn’t. Not until I was asked to write this blog. As it turns out, Universal Children’s Day was declared by the United Nations General Assembly more than 60 years ago! It was established to encourage all countries to institute a day, to promote dialogueREAD MORE >>

Superheroes Unite for School Health!

Witches and goblins, and ghosts—oh my! With a chill in the air and the leaves turning red and gold, school has now been in session more than 8 weeks.  The media has been abuzz with stories on Halloween parties during school time, candy and treat distribution in communities and costume safety.  At the same time,READ MORE >>