<t:value id="title">title</t:value>

 

Browse Store

Apparel Books by Marian Wright Edelman Cards
Gift Ideas Holiday Gifts Posters


One-time materials from the Freedom Schools® curriculum

Publications About Child Health Publications by the Black Community
Crusade for Children

Publications for Faith-based Advocates
Publications on Child Welfare and Mental Health,
Violence Prevention and Youth Development 
Publications on Family Income, Welfare,
and Poverty 
Videos  2018 Children's Crusade, Birmingham  
Back to Top
   

Your cart is currently empty.

Search




 

SORT:



Page: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10


Click here for more information about The Children's Defense Fund® Bible with Children's Concordance
More information...

The Children's Defense Fund® Bible with Children's Concordance
A favorite small format, new revised standard version Bible with a Children's Topical Concordance that underscores our moral obligation to children.

$15.00   

Click here for more information about Hope for the Future
More information...

Hope for the Future
The Reverend Shannon Daley-Harris references Jeremiah 31:16 and 17 from Scripture leading her to write: "Even in the midst of the enormous problems our children face -- poverty, gun violence, abuse, neglect, lack of health care, and more -- I do believe there is hope for our future, that we can bring all children to an experience of safety, love, and justice. It will take more than weeping, God reminds us, it will take work -- and to keep at that work we need to stay close to God."

$13.00   

Click here for more information about The Best of the Brownies' Book
More information...

The Best of the Brownies' Book
Edited by Dianne Johnson-Feelings "In January 1920 a new monthly magazine was born, created especially for the young people the editors called 'the Children of the Sun.' W. E. B. Du Bois, a professor and writer who was one of the founders of the NAACP, was publisher and editor. Augustus Granville Dill, a former professor of social sciences at Atlanta University, was the business manager. Jessie Redmon Fauset, author and mentor to other African-American writers, was the literacy editor. The magazine was The Brownies' Book and its readers were the African-American children and young adults of the 1920s. "Few children's magazine, movies, schoolbooks, or picture books in the 1920s portrayed black people at all, or if they did it was only in minor and unimportant positions. The Brownies Book gave African-American children an opportunity to see that the history and achievements of black people in America were essential and worth knowing about. The magazine was interesting and fun, with great stories, poetry, biographies of famous black Americans, reports on international cultures, articles about the accomplishments of young people from all over the country, and photographs and other beautiful artwork created by African-American artists." © 1996 Hard cover 347 pages

$10.00   

Click here for more information about Waiting for a Miracle: Why Schools Can't Solve Our Problems -- and How We Can
More information...

Waiting for a Miracle: Why Schools Can't Solve Our Problems -- and How We Can
By James P. Comer, M.D. "We must make Dr. Comer's achievable miracle a reality of our children. If America can marshal the will, the resources, the commitment, and the understanding to do what we must do . . . we can make our schools and our society into healthy, affirming, and empowering environments in which children can grow and flourish. There is no greater need or mission. Please study Dr. Comer's prescription." Marian Wright Edelman, President of the Children's Defense Fund. © 1997 hard cover 236 pages

$10.00   

Click here for more information about De la Cuna a la Cárcel de los Estados Unidos
More information...

De la Cuna a la Cárcel de los Estados Unidos
De la Cuna a la Cárcel de los Estados Unidos {Spanish language edition of the America's Cradle to Prison Pipeline(sm) Report}

$9.95   

Click here for more information about "When Will We Hear Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Call to End Poverty in America?" - Multi-faith Resource for Year Round Child Advocacy and the National Observance of Children's Sabbaths® Weekend, Vol. 17
More information...

"When Will We Hear Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Call to End Poverty in America?" - Multi-faith Resource for Year Round Child Advocacy and the National Observance of Children's Sabbaths® Weekend, Vol. 17
This manual serves as a guide for you and your faith community to engage in year-round child and family advocacy work and in celebrating the National Observance of Children's Sabbaths® Weekend. The manual includes resources for worship services, education programs, direct service activities, and social justice initiatives for your congregation, organization or community.

$8.00   

Click here for more information about 2014 Leave No Child Behind® Baseball Cap
More information...

2014 Leave No Child Behind® Baseball Cap
Show your support for CDF with this attractive cap. Adjustable strap closure. Made in the U.S.A.

$8.00   


Page: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10

]]