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Join Save the Children’s political advocacy arm – Save the Children Action Network –and advocate to protect cuts to global hunger-fighting programs.
How to Talk to Children About School Shootings
Mass shootings and school shootings may spark feelings of stress, grief and anxiety in children. Save the Children’s emergency response experts offer tips to help you guide the conversation with children.
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