Strolling Thunder – A Stroll on Capitol Hill
Babies and parents from all 50 states are coming to DC to tell Congress to Think Babies.
Calling All Baby Champions!
We need Congress to Think Babies™ — for stronger families, vibrant communities, and a prosperous country. So ZERO TO THREE is bringing babies and families from all 50 states, and the District of Columbia, to Washington, DC, for the second annual Strolling Thunder™ on Tuesday, May 8, 2018. Families will descend on our nation’s capital to meet their Members of Congress and share what babies and families need to thrive.
- WHO: Babies, toddlers, their families and advocates – including Members of Congress.
- WHAT: A rally to make sure Congress knows it’s time to #ThinkBabies. Because we need to make their potential our priority. We’ll have baby-friendly activities and fun surprises. Don’t forget your strollers!
- WHERE: East Lawn of the United States Capitol (Constitution and 1st Street NE) in Washington, DC
- WHEN: Tuesday, May 8 at 12pm
Can’t join us in DC? Help us promote the Think Babies message online and in your community today. Check out our online toolkit for ideas, tips and templates to get involved in your community.
About Think Babies
The science is clear that our brains grow faster between the ages of 0 and 3 than at any later point in our lives. When babies don’t get what their growing brains need during this crucial time, it can lead to life-long developmental, educational, social, and health challenges.
ZERO TO THREE designed the Think Babies campaign to promote enriching early experiences and a strong foundation for development from the start. When we Think Babies, we build a better future for us all.
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