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RI had 1,090 families in in Oct 17 ! Families who participate are more likely to provide an enriching home environment, use appropriate discipline, & become more economically secure through education/employment.
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Courtney Hawkins Apr 9
Congratulations Mary Varr! Thanks for your leadership in our state!
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Megan Tucker Apr 9
Excited to be at the 2018 breakfast. A powerful tool for data-driven advocacy!
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RIDeptEd Apr 9
., thank you for once again bringing us together to elevate youth voices and support all children in Rhode Island.
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RIAEYC Apr 9
These children were amazing! Congrats to our board member Khadija Lewis-Khan and all of the teachers and children at Beautiful Beginnings in Providence!
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Courtney Hawkins Apr 9
No better way to start a week then listening to pre-schoolers from Beautiful Beginning singing! All kids deserve access to high quality early care.
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Seth Magaziner Apr 9
Packed room recommitting ourselves to real policy action to protect Rhode Island children with .
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HousingWorksRI @ RWU Apr 9
Happy to be in the audience at this morning’s breakfast, and many congratulations on another successful rollout! The work you do is critical, and we appreciate your continuous efforts to improve the well-being of RI’s children. 👏🏻
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Sheldon Whitehouse Apr 9
Always glad to join Breakfast. While we still have further to go, we've made major progress getting kids on health insurance and reducing childhood lead exposure.
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EconomicProgressRI Apr 9
. "When we look at racial indicators in , other data, we must ask ourselves not what will happen to us if we stand up (for kids of color) but what will happen to the kids if we don't"
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Gayle Goldin Apr 9
With 570 people at breakfast, it is clear that Rhode Islanders from every part of the state are committed to improving the health, education, and quality of life for all children and families.
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Jim Langevin Apr 9
It was wonderful to be back at ’s Breakfast. Too many children in Rhode Island are struggling, but with the proper investments and data from KIDS COUNT, we can support and empower the next generation.
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LeadershipandEquity Apr 9
Let’s turn DATA into ACTION now!
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Rebecca Kislak Apr 9
Great news that lead poison is decreasing!
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Gayle Goldin Apr 9
At breakfast, recognizes the importance of young people speaking up on behalf of their friends, families, our communities and our country.
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RI KIDS COUNT May 25
Between 2012-16, there were a total of 13,966 children in RI living in households headed by grandparents. During this time period, there were 6,324 grandparents who were financially responsible for their grandchildren.
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ElizabethBurkeBryant May 8
. we agree for children & families - see the latest data on SNAP/RI in the
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G. Wayne Miller Apr 10
Need a lift on a dreary day? Listen to these great from Beautiful Beginnings Child Care Center sing “We Are a Family” at the annual event!
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St. Mary's Home Apr 9
Members of St. Mary’s Home for Children breakfast, wearing blue in support of Child Abuse Prevention Month.
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G. Wayne Miller Apr 9
At event, hails ‘huge success’ of accelerated -parent training says are our 'best investment'
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