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Talking to Kids About Race III: Nurturing Justice

Saturday, January 27

 

SAN FRANCISCO MAIN LIBRARY,
100 LARKIN ST., KORET AUDITORIUM, SAN FRANCISCO

 

Join us for a discussion about how to create environments for kids that nurture racial justice. Learn dvelopmentally supportive conversation starters, read-alouds, and games, plus build community! For parents, caregivers, and educators of children 2–10 years old. Facilitated by Abundant Beginnings.

 

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2017: what a year! 

 

Together with you and so many partners, we accomplished a lot last year – here are just a few key wins. Now won’t you help us keep up the good work and do more of it this year, with a tax-deductible donation? Every dollar makes a difference, and we have a lot of difference to make!

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Thank the CA Dept of Ed for making history!

 

California became first in the nation to adopt LGBTQ-inclusive K-8 textbooks! The impact on our children, our families, and the understanding of coming generations will be immeasurable. Write the superintendent and let him know how many of us are grateful (since we know he hears from those who are not!): superintendent@cde.ca.gov 

 

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  • OFC Condemns Trump Administration’s License to Discriminate

    OFC Condemns Trump Administration’s License to Discriminate

    Our Family Coalition joins the many reproductive rights, LGBTQ, and civil rights groups in strongly condemning the Trump Administration’s new “Conscience and Religious Freedom” division in the U.S. Department Health and Human Services, announced yesterday. Directing federal resources to provide additional protections for health care providers “who refuse to perform, accommodate, or assist with certain health […]

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  • “You’ll get there together”: Jimmie and Marco’s Surrogacy Journey

    “You’ll get there together”: Jimmie and Marco’s Surrogacy Journey

    Over the cooing sounds of their three-month-old baby, we recently spoke with new dads Jimmie and Marco Chavez-Lopéz. Their journey to fatherhood has included two very consequential visits to the Men Having Babies/ OFC Surrogacy Conference and Expo, now in its 5th year and taking place this upcoming weekend, January 13th and 14th, at San Francisco’s […]

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  • What legacy do you want to leave your children?

    What legacy do you want to leave your children?

    by Don Romesburg I’ll be honest—back in my twenties, I wasn’t one of those gay men who knew I wanted to be a dad. In fact, I was thrilled that being gay could mean rejecting the whole marriage-and-kids deal. But 20 years ago, when I got together with my partner, David, I started to think […]

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