From one mom’s journey to becoming a better role model to a 12-year-old’s visit to Capitol Hill, here are our must-read (and most read) posts from 2016.
Yearly Archives: 2016
Our top 5 wins for kids this year include over half a million messages sent by our supporters to lawmakers around the country.
Last week, Congress voted to wait on passing the budget, putting health and nutrition programs at risk. So we showed up with almost 25,000 signatures.
Heckman’s study shows a return of $13 for every $1 invested in early childhood education. That’s impressive.
In the altiplano region of Bolivia, almost nothing grows. For Daisy and mom Margarita, it’s just about keeping warm.
Mark Shriver on the Trump administration: “I’m hopeful that we’re going to get in and have conversations”
“Are we going to moan and wring our hands and get in the fetal position, or are we going to get in the arena?”
Will change come quickly or be easy? No. I do know that the only way to bring about lasting change is by being inclusive.
More than 1 in 10 babies–approximately 15 million a year–are born premature.
“She said all the right things about issues I care about, but there was one thing missing.
I stood up in the Q&A and asked her to remember my baby.”
As a first-year college student, this is my first time voting in a general election. It is an absolute privilege.