Children’s Rights To Information

Something that surprised me during this week's readings came from the ALA’s Access to Library Resources and Services for Minors. It states that "Every restriction on access to, and use of, library resources, based solely on the chronological age, educational level, literacy skills, or legal emancipation of users violates Article V." This is actually something … Continue reading Children’s Rights To Information

Childhood for Syrian Refugees

This video shows three young children who are Syrian refugees. Their lives are drastically different than American children, but watching the video revealed that some traits of childhood remain the same. Children are able to have a combination of hope, innocence, and resilience that was displayed throughout the different interviews. One that particularly stood out … Continue reading Childhood for Syrian Refugees