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22 Aug: Update from Scarlett

THANK YOU to our Choose Love community! With your support, we are able to offer the solution to issues that we are experiencing in our schools and the world. We can not wait for someone else to solve these problems, indeed if they could have, they would have! These issues are matters of the heart and we can change the world by teaching how to choose love. Love is what connects us all as human beings – we all want to…

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15 Jul: Option B

Option B Featured Post https://optionb.org/stories/i-didnt-lose-my-son-he-was-murdered-s1ga5e9lz By Scarlett Lewis I’ve spoken all over the world since my six-year-old son’s murder at Sandy Hook Elementary School alongside nineteen of his classmates and six educators in one of the worst mass murders in U.S. history. Shortly after his death, I decided to be part of the solution to the issues that we’re seeing in our society—and that also caused the tragedy. I became an advocate for social and emotional learning that teaches children…

15 May: Ceeds of Peace Video on Choose Love Success

      Ceeds of Peace provided us with their video created by Kelley Lum Oshiro, the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement’s Hawaiian ambassador, showing the positive results of the Choose Love Enrichment Program pilot at Ka’elepulu Elementary School. Educators and students alike are capture describing the impact of the program at their school.  Ceeds of Peace is an organization we love and support and was founded by Maya Soetoro-Ng and Kerrie Urosevich at University of Hawaii. Ceeds of Peace offers a…

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01 May: Senate Majority Leader Invites Scarlett Lewis to CT State Capitol

After hearing Scarlett Lewis speak at All Saints Catholic School in Norwalk, CT in February, Connecticut Senator Bob Duff, Senate Majority Leader, invited her to speak to other state Senators about the importance of Social and Emotional Learning and how the Choose Love Movement is helping students learn essential life skills. Senator Duff posted to Facebook: