Author Archives: Evy Du

Guest Blogs

For Our Babies is inviting guest bloggers (individuals and organizations) that have similar goals as this campaign to share resources and information. You locate the guest blogs using the “Guest Blog” blog category. Our first guest blog will be from Children Now talking about the Children’s Movement.

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Brain Hero!

“What if you could take action to reduce crime, improve health and education levels, increase family incomes and state revenues, and improve the quality of life in communities throughout your state? Where would you begin? Science tells us that you may find the solutions to these complex social problems in early childhood when the brain […]

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Are you ready to join the paid family leave conversation?

So are we! That’s why our own Ron Lally will be in attendance at Building A Competitive Future Right from the Start. On April 25th, the National Center for Children in Poverty, the New York State Paid Leave Coalition, and A Better Ballance will host experts in a public forum exploring what the research says about the impact […]

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For Our Babies Campaign Event at the Louisiana Children’s Museum

If you are in New Orleans on Thursday, March 29th, you are cordially invited to attend a For Our Babies campaign event at 6pm-8pm. Read more about this at the Louisiana Children’s Museum. Join us and stand up for our babies!

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Celebrating the For Our Babies Campaign Launch

Celebration of the For Our Babies campaign launch in San Francisco on February 29, 2012. Families, advocates, and supporters gather at first public event of the movement.

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Insanity of Motherhood

We need your help to reach our goal of 1 million pledges! Here is how “Insanity Of Motherhood” is helping by writing about the For Our Babies campaign on her blog. Thank you #InsanityOfMotherhood!

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Unsafe infant/toddler child care settings

What do we do about unsafe infant/toddler child care settings? In England, about 1,000 “nurseries and childminders may put children at risk”. Read about what is happening in England and how they are dealing with unsafe child care settings. Hear what parents and experts have to say about low quality infant/toddler care.

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