Yearly Archives: 2019

Moving the national spotlight to kids at the border

The second Democratic presidential debates came to a close this week in Detroit, Michigan. While the debate was split into two nights, there was one issue that got a lot of attention on both nights and stands out the most to us: the crisis at our southern border.

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We can give kids a more promising future

Though some children will face hurdles in their lives, it’s essential as a parent to recognize when your children need a little extra support, and understand how you can provide them with resources that will help them thrive.

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Join Us for 100 Days of Reading!

Reading is powerful. It changes lives. It grows minds. That’s why I’m so excited to take part in Save the Children’s 100 Days of Reading campaign to help improve literacy for children across rural America.

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The border crisis hits home, literally.

The border crisis hits home, literally. Born and raised in New Mexico, there is a lot I love about my home state – namely the people’s open hearts. I had the incredible privilege to visit Deming where volunteers support asylum seekers with food, clothing, shelter and health screenings. Here’s what I saw.

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