A month to pause and take time to talk justice together in thanksgiving for all that is hopeful in our world.
Poverty: Tools for childhood trauma from Sesame Street. A new video series gives children tools for dealing with traumatic experiences whether a natural disaster or abuse, neglect, mental illness or poverty.
Poverty: When a kindergartener secures milk for her entire classroom. #bethechange
Clean Water: 11-year-old Gitanjali Rao invents a better, faster way to test lead levels in drinking water in response to the Flint Water Crisis. Dream big.
Refugees: A Doctors Without Borders exhibit called “Flee from Home” uses virtual reality and 360-degree video to share the story of refugees. A Syrian artist and architect build dioramas out of suitcases to bring awareness to the homes refugees leave behind.
Health Care: A National Geographic Report on the importance of vaccinations for developing nations.
Creation Care: Have you ever wondered how climate change actually affects people? Learn about how climate change impacts women and girls on the island of Fiji. Take time to view these stunning photographs of how climate change affects families around the world.
Access to Education: Lal Chandra Pandey started a rebellion to stop child marriage and open up access to education for girls like herself in Nepal.
Hunger: Food insecurity and health.
Disability: How Ikea is opening up inclusive play for children around the world with their campaign “Let’s Play for Change.”
Clean Water and Sanitation: Did you know November 19 is World Toilet Day?
As you plan your Christmas shopping don’t forget November 28, 2017, is Giving Tuesday!
What did your family talk about this month? We can’t wait to hear your insights!