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100% Campaign - a collaborative effort of Children Now, Children's Defense Fund, and The Children's Partnership, with primary funding from The California Endowment, was created to ensure that all of California's children obtain the health coverage they need to grow up strong and healthy.

Action Alliance for Children -  the site summarizes key legislation related to child care, education, health, foster care, social services, child safety, and more.  Its online discussion board offers an opportunity for advocates and activists to share strategies and ask questions, both in English and in Spanish.

California Child Care Resource and Referral Network - coordinates services that assist local child care resource and referral (R&R) agencies in providing child care information and services to parents, child care providers, policy makers, and business and community leaders in every county in the State.

California Association for the Education of Young Children - information on legislation and public policy issues supported by this active statewide organization.

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References:
 
Alinksy, Saul.  "Rules for Radicals."  February 1972. 
 
Children's Council of San Francisco.  2005 Retrieved from

www.childrenscouncil.org/index.aspx

 
Ezell, Mark.  "Advocacy Practice of Social Workers."  Families in Society. January 1994.
 
Free A Child.  2005.  Retrieved from www.freeachild.org
 

Kirst-Ashman, K.K., & Hull, Jr., G.H. (2000). Understanding generalist perspective (3rd ed.) . Pacific Grove, CA:  Brooks/Cole

 

Mcnutt, John G.  "New Horizons in Social Work Advocacy."  Journal of social work. v.1 #1 February 2002
 
UNICEF.  2005.  Retrieved from www.unicef.org/index.html
 
Valocchi, Stephen.  A Way of Thinking about the History of Community Organizing.  Retrieved from www.trincoll.edu/depts/tcn/valocchi.htm 
 
Voices for America's Children.  "2004 Voices Network Policy and Advocacy Priorities."  September 2004.  Retrieved from

www.voicesforamericaschildren.org