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Delores Barr Weaver Policy Center
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Research, Policy, and Advocacy to improve the outcomes for girls
Research, Policy, and Advocacy to improve the outcomes for girls

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Cheers to two Jacksonville children’s advocates who will be honored this week for their selfless work. CEO Lawanda Ravoira and Alyssa Beck, advocacy specialist, will receive Superheroes for Super Kids awards from The Children’s Campaign during a Thursday luncheon ceremony in Tallahassee.
Ravoira will receive the Advocacy award, while Beck is the award winner in the Young Leader category. Congratulations to these two difference-making women!
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We are excited to announce that Alyssa Beck and the work of the Policy Center will be featured on CBS 48 Hours this Saturday, 3/31! Check out the preview here: https://cbsn.ws/2IdC8TV
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Would you like to help a family get back on their feet? We're on the lookout for a dining room table, linens for a queen bed and two twin beds, pillows, towels, wash cloths, hangers, and cleaning supplies. If you can help, please private message us. Thank you!
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Girls' stories are powerful! #MondayMotivation #seethegirl
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The voices of girls are powerful! #MondayMotivation #seethegirl
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We're so proud of our two Policy Center Superheros! Lawanda Ravoira will be awarded the Advocacy Award and Alyssa Beck will be awarded the Young Leader Award at the Superheros for Super Kids Celebration. Get your tickets now!
http://bit.ly/2oNO5sv
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BREAKING NEWS: The Law to Ban Child Marriage has PASSED in Florida! Once signed by the Governor, all children under age 17 will be banned from getting married in the state of Florida. The bill only allows marriage for those age 17 with parental consent, and if the spouse is no more than two years older. http://bit.ly/2HnnOYW
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The Policy Center is celebrating 5 years of creating change!
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