Wordless Wednesday: Kids and Activism
This week we asked: What do kids and activism look like in your family?
(Read more about activism on our resource page, and enjoy this week’s articles on the theme.)
From Regina: “Tinkerbell stands up for what’s right in our house!”
Regina blogs at Regi Create.
Alicia with Munchkin at the Applebees nurse-in (2007).
Alicia blogs at Lactation Narration.
Shannon shares, “For us, activism starts with doing good for others. Here is Moira with one of the bags we made and filled with activities for kids with cancer.”
Shannon blogs at Pineapples & Artichokes.
Amy says, “My little lactivist, Daniel, proudly wearing his ‘got breastmilk?’
t-shirt. Though he has since weaned
himself, he still wears this shirt often.”
Daniel’s Momma, Amy, writes at Anktangle.
From Stefanie: This is what a feminist looks like! Learning to walk just in time for last year’s Take Back the Night march.
Stefanie blogs at Very, Very Fine.
From Luschka: Ameli at 5 months old at a Reclaiming Birth rally in London, England.
Luschka blogs at Diary of a First Child.
Tell us: What do kids and activism look like in your family?
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