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How to Talk to Your Kids About Homelessness

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Kids say the darndest things.

Do you remember that old comedy series? The one hosted by comedian Bill Cosby in the late 90s? Bill Cosby would ask a few children – usually between the ages of 3 and 8 – several innocent questions throughout the course of the hour-long program. The children would then respond to the questions, usually in the most unexpected and adorable ways. Each response incited great laughter from the audience and – most often – an embarrassed, did-my-child-really-just-say-that? stare from the parents.

A great example here.

Kids say the darndest things.

But they also ask some incredibly apt and appropriate questions too. Kids are curious and smart. They’re observant, and at some point in their young life – inevitably – they’ll probably notice the man or woman on the street corner and ask why?

When that happens, we’re here to help.

Here are several points…

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