Episode 101: How To Protest, March, Or Rally With Kids

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Are you planning to bring your kids to any marches or rallies this weekend? We’ve got advice!

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Protesting with Kids

Are you planning on taking your kids with you to any big marches or rallies? Giant crowds can be overwhelming for kids, and the message of the movement can get lost. Huffington Post had some great advice on how to talk to kids about protesting, and the logistics involved.

And if rallies and marches aren’t your thing? The New York Times has a helpful piece on teaching kids to give back.

Episode Links

Protesting with Kids

11 Tips For Protesting With Kids From Veteran Moms, by Jamie Davis Smith – Huffington Post

The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids who are Grounded Generous, and Smart About Money, by Ron Lieber

Affluenza: How Overconsumption Is Killing Us–and How to Fight Back, by John de Graaf and David Wann

Six Ways to Give the Gift of Generosity to Children and Teenagers, by Ron Lieber – The New York Times

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