Some people make a tidal wave of change, where the rest of us just see an overwhelming need. Susan Burton's achievements leave me awestruck and inspired to know what we can do for Savannah.
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You can change people's minds about the death penalty, but first you need to create a teachable moment. The ELLA Foundation is proud to sponsor Starvin’ for Justice this year in Washington from June 29th to July 2nd. The event promises to create teachable moments for the thousands of people who pass by the US Supreme Court every week.
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Love is a verb. It is something you sometimes have to choose to do even when it does not come automatically. When your child is arrested you feel a lot of things. Some feel an outpouring of love. Most feel some measure or shame, righteous indignation, and helplessness. Parenting is a challenge under any circumstances. When a child is arrested it can feel overwhelming and lonely. The ELLA Foundation is here to help you parent, cope, and help your child after an arrest.
If your son was arrested or your kid is in trouble, you need to know you’re not alone and there is help available for you as you go through this. Millions of other parents have been through this. The ELLA Foundation is here to help you. We hope this article and everything you find on this website will help.