Monthly Archives: April 2013

  • Talking with Kids about Tragedies

    It’s getting to the hateful point that it feels like a fill-in-the-blank: How to talk with children about 9/11. About Newtown.  And now, about the Boston Marathon bombs. But still, it never hurts to be reminded of what’s normal and what helps most. Dr. Gene Beresin, a child psychiatrist and director of the Massachusetts General Continue Reading

  • Global Youth Service Day

    April 27 Jump into a fun project for Global Youth Service Day (April 26-28) and join the Books for Miles Foundation to create the longest (flat rendering) book sculpture!  Volunteers are needed to sort books and cover them in wrapping paper.  After the project all the books will be donated to start Reading Pro Libraries at the Rainbow Housing Continue Reading