In a rational world, a product that's routinely involved in the deaths and serious injuries of thousands of children every year would be immediately pulled from the market...or at least, maybe kids wouldn't be featured in hundreds of ads.
We need to change the way we think about kids and about our cities. We need to think of kids as full members of society and we need to design our neighborhoods for kids to have full, rich childhoods that let them grow into well-rounded members of our communities.
So what do we do?
Cities need to keep their youngest residents safe, healthy, and learning in their own neighborhood thanks to a pandemic that is putting roughly 80 percent of U.S. students on remote learning. Here's how.