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Zulma Barrera: What we need – A perspective from an immigrant parent
Zulma’s blog post was originally published by the D.C. Policy Center for their D.C. Voices publication. You can read the full article HERE. My daughter
Kisha Clark: It Hits Different In Your House
Mental health has always been an important issue to me. But now, after experiences with my daughter that I detailed in the Washington Post, and
Monique Cole: A Justice for justice
When the United States Supreme Court was established over 230 years ago, only white men could sit on the court and uphold the Constitution and
Russchelle Moore: Why I #Vote4DCKids
It doesn’t matter if it’s a primary or a general election, rain or shine, in person or by mail: my kids are always there as
Yvette Selby: #MySummitStory
If you know me, you know when I have a chance to advocate for opportunities in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) field –
Kisha Clark: Exercising better mental health
I often think about ways Out-of-School Time (OST) programs complement mental health. I believe that OST programs – especially ones centered around physical activity –