The Power of Advocacy: The Fight Against Poverty & Inequity
November 11, 2020
Hear from several early childhood experts on the importance of advocacy and its power to promote and inspire community change in the fight against generational poverty and inequity.
There is an immediate need for local, state and federal policies that prioritize and sustain early learning and care programs. Join us for a panel discussion between early childhood experts to learn the importance of advocacy and its power to promote and inspire community change in the fight against generational poverty and inequity.
Starting Early Begins With…
Early Childhood Advocacy. Prenatal & Maternal Health Care. Economic & Workforce Stability.
About the Series
Decades of research have proven that equitable access to high-quality early childhood experiences is one of the best ways to level the playing field, giving every child the opportunity to reach their full potential. Yet many programs and supports for young children and families are in jeopardy and have been devastated by the challenges and dire circumstances created by COVID-19 Start Early invites you to a three-part discussion series with experts who will offer evidenced-based solutions for overcoming many of the inequities—magnified by this global health crisis—that have existed in our communities for generations.
Each virtual event will cover a different topic and feature dynamic panelists dedicated to transforming the lives of our youngest learners. We hope you will join us for all three events.
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Our comprehensive approach applies our deep expertise in program, policy and research so that children, families and educators can thrive.
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Together, when we start early, we can close the opportunity gap and ensure every child has a chance to reach their full potential.