Prevention Program Teaches Thousands of Children, Their Parents, and Teachers About Body Safety

As parents, caregivers, and community members caring for the children in our lives it is important to use every opportunity to teach and model safety for children.

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Connecting the Dots: Dr. Nadine Burke Harris on the Impacts of Childhood Trauma

Connecting the Dots: Dr. Nadine Burke Harris on the Impacts of Childhood Trauma

The experiences we have as children affect who we are later in life. Makes sense, right? Unfortunately, the difficult events we endure can have a lasting impact.

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Standing Up for Kids: The Role of Leaders in our Communities

Standing Up for Kids: The Role of Leaders in our Communities

Marian Edelman Wright, Founder and President of the Children’s Defense Fund and lifelong advocate for children’s rights, once said: “If we don’t stand up for children, then we don’t stand for much.”

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From Boston to Winona, the spirit of Matty Eappen lives on in southeast Minnesota

From Boston to Winona, the spirit of Matty Eappen lives on in southeast Minnesota

“We had a family come in that were not native English speakers. They were in an incredibly difficult situation. Everyone here was quick to get them everything they needed to feel comfortable and safe,”

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Alliance releases new reports on social services, health, and well-being across Minnesota

How able are children and families able to access the services they need in a culturally-responsive way in their own communities and where do barriers exist?

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Julia Classen Diversity Scholarship awardees announced

Thank you for your commitment to serving children in Minnesota through a lens of cultural diversity and humility.

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Reflections on 2017 and the path through 2018

Marcia Milliken shares reflections on the year so far, challenges for 2018 and how her experience can support your work moving forward.

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