Sesame Street, Incarceration and Drug Policy Reform
Yesterday, the White House hosted twelve Champions of Change, individuals who work to support children of incarcerated parents and their caregivers. Today over 2 million children have a parent who is incarcerated,[i] and those honored yesterday work every day to bring stability and support to these young people and their families.
In conjunction with this event, Sesame Street released a toolkit for parents and caregivers of children who experience the incarceration of a loved one. The toolkit features videos, tips, activities, songs, and smartphone apps to help providers and caregivers support children struggling with the effects of a parent’s incarceration.
You can watch the video here.
To learn more about the President’s plan for drug policy reform, visit this page.
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