America’s Kids Day
“Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of happiness,” “Four score and seven years ago,” “I have a dream,” and “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself”—these are some of the most noteworthy phrases in American history. When did we first hear them and learn about what they meant? Chances are it was at a young age. America’s Kids Day is dedicated to helping American kids recognize their heritage and the importance of words just like these, and for teaching them about American history and values. It was started by Judith Natale of National Children & Family Awareness Of America*USA, in the late 1990s, as part of Children’s Awareness Month.
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- DreamLab completes Phase 3 of its cancer research project
- Nigerian kids make cheap low budget version of ‘Extraction’ trailer. Impress the directors so much they get invited to the sequel’s Premiere.
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- People Try to Do Right by Each Other—No Matter the Motivation, Says New Scientific Study
- ‘The Dad Gang’ is Celebrating Black Fatherhood and Breaking Stereotypes – From NY to DC
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