Entries by Dr. Paul Zeitz

Act Now to Keep Kids Safe

Act Now to Keep Kids Safe Dear friends, Thank you for signing the letter to Congress to #KeepKidsSafe. By signing your name, you are joining an army of hundreds of leaders/survivors/advocates amplifying the message that children and adolescents deserve to be safe at home and online during COVID-19 and beyond. Together, we’ve made great progress to bring […]

Sports Amid COVID-19

Sports Amid COVID-19 Highlights of news stories and features by CNA’s network of Correspondents based in major cities across the region. Highlights of news stories and features by CNA’s network of Correspondents based in major cities across the region.

COVID-19 Response Isn’t Safe for All Children.

/SOURCE: The New Rationalist/ As COVID-19 cases escalate across the nation, a hidden tragedy of the pandemic is taking place in the supposed safe shelter of our homes. Families sheltering at home are increasingly struggling with social isolation, financial insecurity, stress, and anxiety, and with it, child abuse—in all of its forms—is steadily rising. Right […]

Has the Moment for a New America Arrived?

Has the time for a new America—America 2.0—arrived? A growing number of people think so. Civil rights leader Al Sharpton announced a second historic March on Washington for August 28, the 57th anniversary of Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech. But what if, instead of a demand for unfulfilled justice, this event becomes […]

#BREATHEWITHME Take Action & Sign The People’s Petition

#BREATHEWITHME The People’s Petition Calling for Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation I am committed to ending systemic racism and discrimination against black and brown people. I support the creation of a U.S. Commission on Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation that will: Confront the disastrous impact of slavery, oppression, and systemic racism; Reform the systematic mass […]

New York Begins Phase 1 of Reopening Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

By William Denselow / SOURCE: Chanel News Asia More than 400,000 people could return to work as New York begins phase one of reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic. However, it’s not business as usual, as strict public guidelines are now in place. Concerns of a possible spike in infections remain but city officials say this […]