Honoring the Past by Changing the Future of Black Children

Honoring the Past by Changing the Future of Black Children

February is observed as Black History Month in the United States. In keeping with its roots, the observation most often focuses on the achievements of Black Americans from the past, often marked by daily quotations from notable Black leaders from all walks of life and...
Farewell and Thanks to Mike Massey

Farewell and Thanks to Mike Massey

For almost two years, volunteer Mike Massey (fourth from the left in the picture – in the sweater vest) has spent two days per week giving CFCR his time and talent. Mike devoted his career to using data and research to improve the lives of children in our community...
Resolved: Children First

Resolved: Children First

by Bob Simmons.  I can’t believe we’re closing in on three years since I started as executive director of Council for Children’s Rights. It seems like yesterday and a lifetime, and I’m grateful for both. To borrow a 1961 phrase from the Peace Corps: It’s the toughest...

Become An Event Host

On March 20th, 2018 Council for Children’s Rights will host 1,000 community leaders and advocates at the Knight Theater at Levine Center for the Arts for our annual fundraising event, A Night for Children’s Rights. This evening unites a community committed to doing...

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