Il commence a faire froid mais il y a encore en espace pour les enfants et familles. Depuis deux semaines il est situé au nord de la sortie de métro Square-Victoria au NORD de la statue (l’embouchure de métro qui imite les embouchures parisiennes). Vous y trouverez quelques jouets d’extérieur ainsi qu’une tente dans laquelle on peut se reposer.
Here are a few recent links on the power of parents in the occupy movement.
Angry that Wells Fargo took federal bailout money and is now posting record profits, a group of moms and their children rallied at an Oakland branch Friday and closed their accounts.The "Colorful Mamas of the 99 Percent" tried to enter the bank, but the doors were shuttered soon after the protest began about noon at the branch on Franklin street.The group of 40 marched from Snow Park nearby with about 10 strollers and kids in their arms and carried a banner that said: "Teach Big Banks to Share: We’re Moving Our Money."
It makes you stop and think, doesn’t it? So, if you’re not home perpetually fussing over your children, but trying to make a difference in a movement you believe in… THAT makes you a “bad” mom?I don’t like that. I don’t like that one little bit. In fact, it should be the other way around. A mother who takes action to create a better future for her children should be considered a “good” mother, right? I get really irked when moms are shelved and categorized as beings meant ONLY to cluck over their wee ones. That’s it. Don’t you dare shift your interests or think outside that parenting box. Because, if you do, your children will suffer.