Struggles of Coming from a Conservative Family

– Family time always sounds like a good idea to me until you realize that just because you’re family, it doesn’t mean that you’re gonna agree on everything. Part of growing up, is actually forming your own opinions, whether that’s the way that you dress, sexuality, gender, or politics, and that’s okay. But understanding how […]

Sesame Street: When Families Grieve: Exclusive Preview

GIRL: I’m drawing on my wall. I like drawing flowers because my mom really liked flowers and she really liked purple. So I imagine them sometimes as purple. My Dad thought it’s a really good way to get your emotions out and help you just feel better. GIRL: My mom was pretty and she was […]

GLAD’s 50th Anniversary Luncheon

Hi! Hey! Whats up? Have you purchased your ticket for October 12? What’s happening? GLAD is celebrating the 50 years since the organization was founded in 1969. Ever since, GLAD has provided many services that benefit the deaf community. So it’s important to look back and celebrate those 50 years! That’s cool! Wait a minute, […]

Family Engagement: What, Why, and How

Hello my name is Daphne Strader and I’m the Director of the Coordinated School Health Department here at Albuquerque Public Schools. In this session I’m going to share with you something that plays a really important role in the success of your children in school and in life, Family Engagement. But in order to understand […]

Introduction to Family Engagement in Education | HarvardX on edX | Course About Video

DR KAREN MAPP: Family engagement is my life’s work. I teach the subject because I know from my research and practice experience that when schools and families work together in partnership, everyone benefits– students’, families, teachers, schools, and communities. SPEAKER 1: Families are important. Families are important, and they are your partner. If we want […]

Thanks to Prime Time, Family Reading is Fun at Georgia’s Public Libraries

Prime Time is a wonderful program that allows our library to recruit families to visit our library once a week for six weeks, and we have the opportunity to share some storytelling with them and model how families can discuss books in their own home. We also have the opportunity to overcome barriers by feeding […]

Welcome to Family Equality

That’s 11.3 million American adults. Among millennials, that percentage almost doubles, with 8.1% identifying as LGBTQ+. That means there are over 6 million LGBTQ+ millennials in the United States, and we know that a majority of them are considering becoming parents. Since 1979, Family Equality has been working to advance lived and legal equality for […]

Make It a Good Day – Happy Families

Hi, I am Claire Kenny, and I am a mom and I think that being a mom is the most important job in the world and I’m not joking. We have six kids, our oldest is Thomas, he’s eleven, Daniel is nine, Sarah is seven, Lydia is five, James is two, and Isaac is almost […]

Target primary school children to curb family violence, Women’s Refuge says | Newshub

SAMANTHA: “I went from thinking that this guy loved me…” “To maybe three weeks later…” “Thinking that he was going to kill me.” At the start, he seemed like a generous and loving man. But he soon changed. For months, Samantha was stalked, abused and threatened. SAMANTHA: “I liken it to being like on the […]

Global Distribution of Polygamy PSA

The global distribution a polygamy raises the huge cultural awareness problem. Today polygamy is becoming more mainstream with many TV shows portraying happy families in plural marriages There are up to 100,000 people living in a polygamous household the United States alone with many families belonging to the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of latter-day […]