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On October 21 from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. EST, the Children’s Leadership Council and Every Child Matters will host a webinar titled, “Who’s Speaking Up for Kids? What the Presidential Candidates are and are not saying when it comes to children.”
With the 2016 election cycle underway, candidates are speaking out on issues ranging from immigration to taxes to education. This hour-long webinar will discuss: the current electoral landscape; what candidates are proposing to do for babies, children, youth and families; and how advocates can help make children and families a higher political priority for candidates.
Join this webinar to learn how you can stand with the CLC and Every Child Matters to make sure our next president makes our nation’s babies, children and youth a priority.
When it comes to investments in our nation’s children, Census data are used for distributing more than $400 billion in federal funding each year, including Medicaid and Child Care Development Block Grant funds. In the 2010 Decennial Census, however, children, specifically young children, had the highest net undercount of any age group. And as a result, these children, and the communities in which they live, do not get their fair share of federal funds.
Please join the Children’s Leadership Council for webinar on March 7 from 3:00 P.M. – 4:00 P.M. to learn about: the 2010 census undercount of young children, the importance of preventing it during the 2020 Census, and resources and activities to help raise awareness of this issue.
To cap off senior hunger awareness month, join AARP Foundation and the Food Research & Action Center for information on activating concrete actions to help seniors access nutritious food. Explore how hunger harms the health of millions of older adults and how a new free online course, Screen & Intervene, is helping health care providers and allies address food insecurity among older adults. Get real-time information on the Farm Bill and how threats to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program could be undercutting our nation’s response to addressing senior hunger.