The American Academy of Pediatrics published “Growing Up Digital: Media Research Symposium,” an article with tips and guidelines for children’s screen time use, intended to better inform and expand knowledge on previous expert recommendations.
President & CEO Judy Vredenburgh discusses inspiring all girls to be strong, smart, and bold, providing through life-changing experiences, research-based programming, and real solutions to the unique issues girls face.
After a successful crowd-funding campaign this past summer, Oakland’s Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment (MADE) is gearing up for a grand reopening in their new home on 3400 Broadway in the city’s downtown.
An audit following a leadership change at the New York City Department of Homeless Service (D.H.S.) has determined that the agency has “too few employees to oversee the nonprofit organizations that operate its shelters,” reports the New York Times.
The nonprofit, Loved Twice, which provides baby clothes and other items to disadvantaged mothers, is working to raise $21,000 in order to “provide a full year’s worth of baby clothes to 500 low-income Santa Clara County babies next year.”
After receiving a letter from the state health and human services chief urging them to discontinue resettling Syrian refugees in Texas, the International Rescue Committee responded that they would continue to resettle all refugees who have been lawfully admitted to the United States.