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Rows of bagged lunches for students.

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The only constant is change. The new realities of our world have made the old axiom abundantly clear. Everything has changed and every individual must look at his or her behavior to figure out how they will have to change to come to grips with those realities.

Concerned boy uses a mask during Coronavirus pandemic.

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Keeping our children away from exposure to Coronavirus will be every parent’s top priority for the foreseeable future. But exclusively focusing on the physical would be a mistake.

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Tuesday, April 7, 9 a.m.

Miami-Dade County is printing some unemployment forms which residents can pick up at some libraries. Read more here

A group of diverse people come together for the 2020 Census.

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By now you know that 2020 is the year of the US Census. And although the push to get everyone in the country counted has been massive, there are still some misconceptions about the nationwide endeavor that happens every decade.

Attendees at Social Equity Day get active.

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Hearing that somebody puts several dead black boys in their pocket every day, along with his keys and wallet, before leaving the house is jarring. But then again, that was the point of the first ever Social Equity Day held on Valentine’s Day at the University of Miami. 

Social Equity Day will test your notion of social justice.

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This upcoming Valentine Day, before you cozy up to your mate during a special night out, The Children’s Trust and the Early Learning Coalition of Miami-Dade/Monroe County invites you to face some hard uncomfortable truths about social justice.

Anthony Rodriguez plays at auditions for Young Talent Big Dreams.

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As a packed house enjoyed Mama Mia on the Mainstage at Actor’s Playhouse at the Miracle Theater on a late January Sunday, there was even more precocious talent on display upstairs in the Children’s Theater.

The Children's Trust entered into a partnership with Univision.

Photo courtesy of Willmeisha Hall.

Coming soon to a small screen near you – a telenovela that helps you learn how to be a better parent or caregiver!