|First, some bad news … followed by good news and more good news.|
|Often, the more painful it is to hear a statement, the more it needs to be heard.|
|“I hate being a child. I hate being hit, and I hate being taken for granted.””What my uncle did to me, I won’t forgive him all my life.””If I get AIDS from this, I will kill myself.”|
|These quotes express feelings that no one should have to feel after experiences that no one should undergo. The speakers are young girls — ages 13, 10 and 9, respectively.Gender-based violence (GBV) is a sad reality worldwide, but in developing countries such as those where ChildFundworks, it is shockingly prevalent. As a child-focused organization, we have to look at how this affects children in particular. The news is devastating, and we must respond.Learn more.|
Mitt Romney‘s senior campaign talking head, Ed Gillespie, just appear on CNN with Candi Crowley. Candi made a valiant effort to allow the Mitt Romney campaign to re-assure young Latinos that should they win, come January they will not automatically lose the jobs they will get shortly through President Obama’s directive. So, Latinos, vote for your “warrior,” Barack Obama!