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Last week, Carry the Future suggested that one way to respond to the Coronavirus Pandemic is to read, read, read. This week, we have even more recommendations for readers of all ages. Stormy Seas: Stories of Young Boat Refugees by Mary Beth Leatherdale...
The Coronavirus Pandemic has has changed our lives quite dramatically over the last few weeks. Many of us are suddenly working from home while simultaneously trying to homeschool our kids. Because of this, we can begin to feel overwhelmed. You might be thinking...read more
The United States of America was founded on the ideal of freedom from oppression and persecution. Emma Lazarus's words of hope, “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free," call out across the Atlantic Ocean. Lady Liberty, a symbol of...read more
Here at Carry the Future, we believe that love will change the world! This year, your little one can spread the love with our Carry the Future Printable Valentines. With the help of her young son, Chelsea Parker, a Carry the Future Volunteer, designed these adorable...read more
Our news feeds are clogged with headlines from news outlets, organizations and the people we follow. It can feel like information overload. Terms and phrases may often be used incorrectly or misinterpreted. Words and terms are also used interchangeably, making it even...read more
The holidays are just around the corner and the bell-jingling, bustling time of year usually ushers in a spirit of generosity and goodwill towards others. As you take a pause to reflect this season, Carry the Future asks you to remember the refugees in our midst who...read more
This holiday season, Carry the Future is happy to share some of our favorite books about refugees. Reading is a rich opportunity to educate and empower ourselves about the individuals that we serve. Yesterday, we shared recommended reading for children. Today, our...read more
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