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Great Advocacy Video
October 23, 2012
Ipangudidi mu u mapya nanawu.
(Carry with you good teaching; always bear in mind sound advice.)
-Ivatan Proverb
The most popular ExchangeEveryDay edition of the year was "Day Without Child Care" (June 13, 2012) highlighting a Local Child Care Planning Council of Humboldt (CA) County video which presented some very serious issues about the importance of child care services in a humorous context.

Now from th
e other side of the country we see another video presenting a serious message with a light touch, "I'm Florida".  This video was developed by the Children's Movement of Florida with a goal "that children become the No. 1 priority for lawmakers and decision-makers." 

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Elaine Yamashita
Hawai'i, United States
10/23/2012 5:37 pm

The parts that are about the need for quality ECE are well done.
However, I was dismayed to see that children are still being taught that Florida was "discovered" by Ponce de Leon. A lively campus discussion about Columbus/Discoverer's Day is fresh in my mind. It feels like such a dismissal of the indigenous people of Florida who have been there for many, many generations. I know it's unintentional, but I really thought that by now, we would all be in a different frame of thinking.

I hope that we can move away from perpetuating the thought that a place only exists or is significant once a European has been there.

Nirmal Kumar Ghosh
Shishu Vikash Kendra
Kolkata, West Bengal, India
10/23/2012 07:52 am

Child friend , Its very fruitful for workers in early childhood . I am going to make a video
project soon.
Thank you

Cathy Meyer
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States
10/23/2012 05:18 am

It amazes me that what seem like common sense is so easily put aside. Better education, beginning at birth, would significantly lower crime, poverty, and so many of the other social issues yet government officials just don't seem to make the correlation.

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