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The Milestones Project
The Milestones Project is a nonprofit initiative designed to help parents teach their children to value and respect people who are different from themselves. Since its inception in 1998, the Project has taken more than 23,000 National Geographic-quality photographs of the world’s children—taking their first steps, celebrating their first birthdays, getting their first haircuts, and experiencing other milestones of childhood.
These photographs are now being reproduced in exhibits, books, educational materials and other products. Our goal is to impress upon people what the photos make so clear: that no matter where we live, what we wear, or how we pray, we are all more alike than different.
Visit the Milestones Project website to view more and sign the Milestones Project Pledge. www.milestonesproject.com
The Milestone Project Pledge:
The University of Denver Child Care Task Force is grateful to the Milestones Project for the use of their photographs.
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