And How Are the Children?

North Dakota’s Alliance for Children’s Justice has chosen to use the traditional greeting of the African Masai to reflect the Alliance’s vision that every adult feel equal weight for the care and protection of all children. Among the Masai, even people without children would give the traditional answer, “The children are well,” meaning life is good.
“And how are the children?” is all we need to ask to determine whether life is good in North Dakota. The answer to the question depends on whether children are free from sexual abuse. Every North Dakota adult must protect children so that the answer can be, ”The children are well. They are all free from sexual abuse.”
If you would like to wear the Alliance’s dove pin asking, “And how are the children?”, please email us.
 
 

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