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Children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the United States, often lacking independent access to resources and power. Their status in several areas, from labor and education to mental and physical wellbeing, has been in near constant flux over the course of our nation’s history.

The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum will host a discussion of the history and development of children’s rights in the U.S., as well as the status of children’s rights today.

Children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the United States, often lacking independent access to resources and power. Their status in several areas, from labor and education to mental and physical wellbeing, has been in near constant flux over the course of our nation’s history.

The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum will host a discussion of the history and development of children’s rights in the U.S., as well as the status of children’s rights today.

Children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the United States, often lacking independent access to resources and power. Their status in several areas, from labor and education to mental and physical wellbeing, has been in near constant flux over the course of our nation’s history.

The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum will host a discussion of the history and development of children’s rights in the U.S., as well as the status of children’s rights today.

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