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Murray Straus - Pioneer in Corporal Punishment Research has Passed Away

Those of us working to end corporal punishment of children recently lost at great ally and friend, Professor Murray Straus. Before many of us were involved in our organizations and alliances, Murray was bringing social science to understanding the the impacts…Read More

No Hit Zones: An idea you can use in your home, workplace, community

Recently, the idea of making public spaces "No Hit Zones" has been developing to make the idea of "It's NEVER ok to HIT A CHILD" the NEW NORMAL. "No Hit Zones" emphasize that it'e not ok to hit anybody: adults shouldn't hit adults, children shouldn't hit…Read More

In Support of Children Leadership

In Support of Children Leadership Spring 2016 at Old Dominion University Organization Fair. President Jenny and Vice-President Abby!! Great Work!!

Progress in Eliminating Corporal Punishment: Global Initiative's 2015 Report

Here is some good news from the Global Initiative to End Corporal Punishment of Children on progress in changing the social and cultural norms from "It's OK to hit children" to the NEW NORMAL: "It's NEVER ok to HIT A CHILD". In Support of Children urges you…Read More

Wonderful Video About Children's Perspective on Corporal Punishment

Mighty J -- Sings the Truth. Please share with ALL your Friends!!

Support from Manila for Making "It's NEVER ok to HIT A CHILD" the NEW NORMAL

Manila Times Editorial: Positive Parenting is Loving Our Children - Manila Times : THE EDITORIAL SAYS in part: "A key concept that all parents who want…Read More

SPANK OUT DAY - Spreading the word "It's NEVER ok to HIT A CHILD"

Each April IN SUPPORT OF CHILDREN joins others around the world in "international SPANK OUT DAY". It is a day to educate others about the need to end corporal punishment of children (and the negative coping behaviors that result) and make room for positive…Read More
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