By Gustavo Solis The San Diego Union-Tribune (TNS)​

Sep 22, 2019

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By Gustavo Solis The San Diego Union-Tribune (TNS)​

Sep 22, 2019

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JUNE 2020 GRASSROOTS

LOOKING FOR SOLID GROUND

When nations turn their backs on those fleeing war, violence, religious persecution, and domestic abuse, children are often the collateral damage, caught in the crossfire of political machinations. READ MORE>>

MARCH/APRIL 2020 EXCHANGE MAGAZINE

FINDING COMPASSION AND JOY IN NESTS

He looked to be no more than 2 years old, a toddler really, doing what toddlers do: toddling. The wide gait, the unsteady, deliberate steps. If not for the full cup of hot coffee in his hands, I may not have noticed him amongst the crush of people. READ MORE>>

 

WINTER, 2020 MS MAGAZINE

SAFE IN THE NEST

The Nest, an unconventional preschool in Tijuana, Mexico doesn't have many rules: Take turns. Be safe. READ MORE>>

FEB 18, 2020 SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE

SECOND 'NEST' PLAYSPACE FOR YOUNG MIGRANT CHILDREN OPENS IN TIJUANA

A Los Angeles-based nonprofit has expanded its free early childhood learning space by opening a second location in Tijuana, this one in the city’s Little Haiti neighborhood. READ MORE>>

 

FEB 10, 2020 UNIVISION

"EL NIDO," UN CENTRO EDUCATIVO QUE DA APOYO PSICOLÓGICO A CINETOS DE PEQUEÑOS MIGRANTES EN AL FRONTERA  MIRA AQUI >>

FEB 8, 2020 LA OPINION

EDUCADORA DE LA ABRE ESPACIO EDUCATIVO PARA NIÑOS MIGRANTES EN TIJUANA

Los pequeños viven en refugios con sus padres a la espera de un asilo; ahora El Nido es su distracción. LEER MÁS >>

FEB 4, 2020 KPBS NEWS

LEARNING SPACE FOR CHILD MIGRANTS EXPANDS IN TIJUANA

Every day at 8:30 a.m. the doors open at a space called “The Nest” where kids from the ages of 0-6 are able to play, paint, and build. READ MORE AND LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW >>

OCT 25, 2019  KQED – THE CALIFORNIA REPORT

CALIFORNIA TEACHERS BUILD A NEST FOR MIGRANT FOR KIDS AT THE BORDER

Classical music plays, silk curtains blow in the wind and comfy couches offer a place to curl up with a book. READ MORE AND LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW>>

SEPT 22, 2019  SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE

DAYCARE CENTER FOR ASYLUM SEEKING FAMILIES IN TIJUANA LETS KIDS BE KIDS AGAIN

“It’s so stressful in the shelters,” said Graciela, a 60-year-old grandmother who fled from violence in her home in the Mexican state of Guerrero with her daughter and 18-month-old granddaughter Paulette.  READ MORE >>

AUG 27, 2019  EXCHANGE MAGAZINE

MAKING CONNECTIONS

"Exchange readers continue to ask for ways they can make a positive difference for children who are facing especially difficult challenges in our world today." READ MORE >>

AUG 22, 2019  PALISADIAN POST

THE IMPORTANCE OF A NEST

“A Nest is a home—a place where the young are safe and protected.”  READ MORE >>

AUG 11, 2019  OPALSCHOOL.ORG

BUILDING NESTS TOGETHER

"After just a week, I am deeply moved by the beauty of this play space and the joy it brings to the children (ages 2-7 years old) and their families." READ MORE >>

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