There are more than 1 million children under the age of 18 in Tennessee, and it is our job to be their political voice. Change is made by those who show up and vote, so here are my top three reasons for making it a priority to vote!
The prolonged and indefinite detention of immigrant and refugee children is without question an attack on the core values of the United States and will fundamentally change the way the U.S. treats vulnerable children. We must take action today to protect children from further harm.
If we are going to assure equitable access to early learning here in Washington State, we have to vote for politicians who are committed to the idea that our future lies in our children, and who will help create the best education opportunities for them. Let’s be a voice for kids!
This year, it’s critical that voters across Colorado vote for leaders who will prioritize our kids. In case you’re on the fence, here are three reasons why you should vote in the midterm election.
During this 2018 election season, education has been a critical issue that South Carolina candidates are promising to address. That is exactly why we must vote this November! We have to hold our elected leaders accountable to their promises for kids.
The opportunity to break the cycle of poverty for the next generation starts now. Investments in programs that promote health and nutrition must be a top priority for policymakers.
To me, Save the Children Action Network is about advocating for access and the resources students need to have a healthy future. I am so passionate about SCAN because of the grassroots and mobilization work they are doing to accomplish this.
Numerous researchers, doctors and mental health professionals have highlighted the negative impact of the family separation policy on children. We need to reunite these families immediately.