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Why We Should Let the Children Lead

The Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday led me to revisit the eulogy he gave on September 18, 1963 at the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama at the funeral of the children who died in the bombing of the…

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How to Help Your Children Cope after the Paris Terrorist Attacks

  By Alison Bell The world is reeling after the attacks on Paris last Friday and the related recent terrorist activity around the globe. The horror and unpredictability of the events have shaken all of us, including our children.  How…

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Letting Our Children’s Talents Shine

Los Angeles is a city of tremendous disparity; the glamorous and wealthy living alongside communities where many struggle to loosen the grip of poverty. The cynical would suggest the divide is only getting wider. However, Hillsides is testimony to the…

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How this Halloween mischief can lead to trauma

I have a mischievous streak that I attribute to my mother’s love to scare people on Halloween. My favorite tactic is to sneak up on someone, frighten them, and then delight in their reaction. Not everyone appreciates being frightened. I…

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Making a difference one child at a time

On an annual basis Hillsides employees come together for a day of fun, good food, and games to celebrate what we hold in common as members of this extraordinary organization committed to creating lasting change for who we serve. It…

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