I sat in the stands among hundreds of other Tennesseans who came out for the 2018 Tennessee Gubernatorial Education Forum. I wasn’t “Mom,” or “Katie,” or “just an early childhood educator.” I was there as an advocate!
A couple of months before the 2016 Iowa caucuses, a Save the Children Action Network (SCAN) canvasser knocked on my door. Right away, the organization’s priorities resonated with me.
Here are three ways you can be a voice for kids!
Our top 5 wins for kids this year include over half a million messages sent by our supporters to lawmakers around the country.
“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.
Election Day is November 8. Leading up, here are five reasons why you should vote for kids at the polling booth
Learn what Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump each propose to handle the high costs of child care in the U.S.