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4 stories of kids and parents speaking up.
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Dear Friend,

This week in Learn, Love, Lead! get inspired with 4 stories of parents and youth taking action with courage, compassion and solidarity to defend the civil and human rights of American Muslims.

This is the second of two messages with resources to counter bias against American Muslims and Islam – and support the safety and civil rights of ALL Washington’s kids.
(Missed last week's message? Read it here.)

Watch, read and share!

Resources:

Read this heartfelt message from one Muslim mom in response to a man who posted hateful and violent anti-Muslim messages on social media.

Watch this quick news clip featuring kids in the Puget Sound region learning together how to speak up against Islamophobia.  Then check out resources from the Council on American-Islamic Relations about how to speak up yourself.

Read this inspiring story about one teenage girl who decided to fight Islamophobia with kindness and welcome at her own dinner table.

Read how one Seattle teen joined with others to build compassion and understanding through Seattle’s celebration of Global Islamophobia Awareness Day.

Our work is better with your feedback. Send us your comments or questions.
Thank you for speaking up for kids.

Sincerely,

Jon and the Children’s Alliance Team

Jon Gould
Deputy Director
 
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