Voting for Kids
Conversations on Children’s Health, Child Care, Paid Leave, and Ending Child Poverty
The need for our policymakers to Think Babies has never been more urgent. That’s why we’re joining with parents, advocates, and party leaders on all sides as we urge candidates to Think Babies during election season and beyond.
This summer, we partnered with Every Child Matters, Family Values @ Work, Children’s Defense Fund, First Focus, the National Association for the Education of Young Children, and the First Five Years Fund for conversations coinciding with the Republic and Democratic National Conventions
If you weren’t able to join us, you still have the chance to catch up on the series:
August 17-20, 2020
August 24-27, 2020
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