Wee in the News

Craft Chat with Francie Latour

Fuller Craft Museum, July 2020

How to Talk to Your Kids about Boston’s Police Brutality Protests

Boston Magazine, June 2020

Want to help kids find their voice? Here's how to protest peacefully from home

Today, June 2020

Athens Spreads Messages Of Love And Calls For Justice Uptown During Sidewalk Chalk Event

WOUB, June 2020

Families Engage in Activism to Teach Children About Racism

Spectrum News, May 2020

Children Make Mother's Day Cards for Incarcerated Women
Boston Globe, May 2019

Through Mother's Day Cards, Young Kids Learn About Racism And Mass Incarceration
WBUR, May 2019

#FreeBlackMamas Bails Black Mothers From Jail for Mother's Day
Common Dreams, May 2019

Brockton social justice event focuses on ‘kid-powered resistance’
Brockton Enterprise, April 2019

7 Things To Do This Black History Month, From Afro-Indigenous Healing To An Eartha Kitt Play

WBUR, February 2019

Wee The People: Talking With Kids About Why There Aren’t More Black And Brown People In Museums

Wonderland, December 2017

Wee The People: "What We Want to Do Is Give Kids Credit"

M Is For Movement, November 2017

Innosanto Nagara, Wee The People, Frugal Bookstore: A is for Awesome

The Horn Book, November 2017

Tearing Down The Wall At Wee The People’s ‘Protestival’

Wonderland, July 2017

Kids Make Valentines: "To Islam With Love"

Boston Globe, February 2017

In The Wake Of Trump’s Election, Liberal Artists In Boston Create With A New Urgency

WBUR, January 2017

JP Observer: Local resistance activities are huge

Jamaica Plain Gazette, January 2017

Wee The People wants to help kids find their voice through art and protest

Metro, August 2016

Pediatricians take on new role: Fighting the bigotry and violence that hurts kids

Boston Globe, July 2016

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