Update: As of Fall 2019, We’re also a “giving circle.” Learn more about our Family Justice Giving Fund.
We’re both parents of toddlers and we’re writing Dandelions for ourselves, for our friends, for our kids, and for our elders. We’re writing for aunties and uncles and teachers and caregivers, the families we are born into and the ones we choose. We’re writing for people who are busy—maybe you’re reading on your bus commute, or in the bathroom during naptime, because it’s your only moment alone today—but who don’t want their busy-ness to stop them from tackling tough conversations and actions with the young people in their lives.
Each issue focuses on a big, challenging theme (so far we’ve talked about the climate crisis, Pride, family separation and prisons, and more) but we always throw in a few fun surprises that delighted or motivated us.
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