Month: April 2018

“I Don’t See Difference” Doesn’t Help

“I don’t see color” doesn’t help anyone. I would like to start a conversation about the danger of pretending that we don’t see difference. Pretending that we don’t notice difference allows us to be insensitive to people’s capacity, need, and experience.It allows us to pretend that we are free of bias, prejudice, and discrimination. ChildSavers …

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Signs of Child Abuse: Lessons from the Turpin Case

April is Child Abuse Prevention month, which raises awareness of the ongoing responsibility of all adults to be active members of our children’s village. Every month, newscasts report on multiple cases of severe and long-term abuse of children. Many of us have seen images of poor living conditions and heard descriptions of children held by …

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Leslie in the Spotlight for National Volunteer Month

Leslie Moore knows and loves children. She is fiercely dedicated to the children we serve and we cannot thank her enough. April is National Volunteer Month and we’re expressing our gratitude to Leslie. In fact, we are grateful to all of our volunteers who value the well-being of our community’s children! Since retiring from ChildSavers …

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