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Recent Publications

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  • 01/11/13
    Child Watch® Column: "The Massive Human and Moral Cost of Gun Violence"
    The United States of America has spent a trillion and a half dollars on the Iraq and Afghanistan wars so far, purportedly to protect our children and citizens from enemies without, while ignoring the reality that the greatest threats to child safety and wellbeing come from enemies within.
  • 01/04/13
    Child Watch® Column: "New Year Resolutions"
    As New Year’s Eve countdowns wound down, many people turned to the familiar ritual of taking stock of where they are now to make resolutions for what they can do better in the new year. We all measure our accomplishments and shortcomings in different ways. Some people count numbers on a scale or in a savings account. But what if we decided to take stock as a nation by measuring how we treat our children?
  • 01/03/13
    Protect Children, Not Guns 2013: Key Facts
    The Protect Children, Not Guns 2013 factsheet provides key facts of the most recent and reliable national and state data on gun violence in America. A child or teen dies or is injured from guns every 30 minutes. 18,270 children and teens died or were injured from guns in 2010.
  • 01/03/13
    Federal Policy Agenda: Ensure Every Child a Safe Start
    CDF’s federal policy agenda to protect children instead of guns calls on the President and members of Congress to ensure every child a safe start through common sense gun safety laws, strengthened mental health resources, and a commitment to counter the culture of violence.
  • 12/24/12
    A Christmas Day Prayer for America as We Celebrate the Birthday of the Most Famous Baby in History
    O God, forgive and help us transform our rich and powerful nation where toddlers and school children die from guns sold quite legally.
  • 12/24/12
    A Christmas Day Prayer for America as We Celebrate the Birthday of the Most Famous Baby in History
    O God, forgive and help us transform our rich and powerful nation where toddlers and school children die from guns sold quite legally.
  • 12/21/12
    Child Watch® Column: "It Is Time to Act to Protect Children Against Gun Violence"
    Over the past few days we’ve all learned a bit more about twenty beautiful six- and seven-year-olds who each seem as if they could have been any of our children or grandchildren. Jessica asked Santa for new cowgirl boots for Christmas. Daniel’s family said he “earned” all the ripped knees on his jeans. James liked to remind people that he was six and three-quarters. Grace loved playing dress-up and with her dog Puddin’.
  • Marian Wright Edelman 12/14/12
    Child Watch® Column: "Dear God! When Will It Stop?"
    The horrendous news from Newtown, Connecticut has pierced our hearts. A black-clad man in his 20s armed with two semi-automatic handguns entered the Sandy Hook Elementary School and made an elementary school for kindergartners through fourth graders the scene of the worst mass shooting in a public school in American history. Twenty children were shot and killed. Seven adults were shot and killed. We don’t yet know how many were wounded. We do know dozens of parents are experiencing the worst nightmare any parent could imagine. We do know more than 500 young children in the school are traumatized.
  • Marian Wright Edelman 12/14/12
    Child Watch® Column: "Dear God! When Will It Stop?"
    The horrendous news from Newtown, Connecticut has pierced our hearts. A black-clad man in his 20s armed with two semi-automatic handguns entered the Sandy Hook Elementary School and made an elementary school for kindergartners through fourth graders the scene of the worst mass shooting in a public school in American history. Twenty children were shot and killed. Seven adults were shot and killed. We don’t yet know how many were wounded. We do know dozens of parents are experiencing the worst nightmare any parent could imagine. We do know more than 500 young children in the school are traumatized.
  • Marian Wright Edelman 12/07/12
    Child Watch® Column: "Determined to Make a Difference"
    This year New York is facing the worst homeless crisis since the Great Depression. The city homeless population included a record-breaking 42,888 children. The many ways poverty scars a child today and long into the future are well-documented. Children who have to navigate the harsh reality of homelessness on top of poverty often fall through our already porous safety nets and disproportionately drop out of school and then too often drop into the prison pipeline.
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