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Given recent events, I have decided to reflect on and share my experiences as a young, black woman and a black National Council member. th congressional offices to schedule meetings and My name is...
Six steps white parents can take to help their children think about racial injustice, implicit bias and how to be an ally.
The different components of UNICEF's plan to deal with the COVID-19 crisis reflect how much is at stake for vulnerable children.
Racism damages children, leaving deep and lasting scars. Here are five things your family can do now to help create a more just society.
For all that support, finding a way to mark this transition — whether it’s a graduation from high school or college or even a moving up ceremony for younger kids — has been tough on children.
UNICEF Rep Mark Connolly on stamping out misinformation about COVID-19, sheltering deported children and using TV to keep kids learning.
The global response to COVID-19 puts children at risk while threatening to undermine decades of progress against the crippling disease.