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"Can we bike today? I want to meet Paco along the way so we can ride together." – Eli, age 9
"I am making Vision Zero holographic bracelets for students to wear, They are fashionable, unobstructive of uniform, and keep students safe when they walk to school.” –Zion, age 12
“I like biking to school because my teacher said it’s good for the planet!” – Sage, age 4
Afya Public Charter School in Baltimore, MD was honored in 2018 as one of America’s Healthiest Schools by the Alliance for a Healthier Generation. Find out why!
Children consume an average of more than 30 gallons of sugary drinks a year. How effective have sugary drink taxes been in addressing this and other concerns?
Many policies that help make communities healthier start locally. But what if your state lawmakers suddenly passed legislation that took away the ability of community members, city councils, school districts, and counties to help prevent heart disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes?