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Acts of everyday courage that have the power to protect children look different for each of us.

What if you’re not a parent? What if you don’t work in a youth serving setting? How can you help protect children?

Melissa is a college student at Michigan State University, where the campus has been rocked by the mishandling of the reports about Larry Nassar by the administration. Students are demanding accountability and are forming a culture of everyday courage to protect future generations.

In the video below, she shares her message in her own words:

We need to hold individuals accountable – friends, family, leaders, and community members. Like Melissa says, we all have a part to play in creating a world that is safe for everyone. Most importantly for the most vulnerable, children.

If you want to help provide education and resources that support these courageous acts, give today!

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