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DOD & Child Care Assistance


Department of Defense & NACCRRA Child Care Partnership

Supporting Our Nation's Military Families & Strengthening Child Care:
Department of Defense (DoD) and NACCRRA Child Care Partnership NACCRRA
is working with DoD to help those who serve in the military find and
afford child care that suits their unique needs. Through several
innovative civilian/military efforts among DoD, NACCRRA & Child Care
Resource & Referral agencies, we are building the quality and capacity
of child care throughout the country.  Website -

http://www.naccrra.org/MilitaryPrograms/index.php

Web Link for Marine Corps information:
http://www.naccrra.org/MilitaryPrograms/program.php?Page=3

Marine Corps
Are you an activated or deployed Marine? Is child care a concern for
you? Would you like to receive assistance paying for child care?

Check out these two programs available through NACCRRA for you:
*   Operation Child Care
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*   Operation: Military Child Care
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http://www.naccrra.org/MilitaryPrograms/program.php?Page=11 >  

Are you an active duty Marine stationed away from a military
installation or on a waiting list for on-base child care? Do you need
help locating child care? Would you like to receive assistance paying
for child care?

Check out these two programs available through NACCRRA for you:
*   Military Child Care in Your Neighborhood
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http://www.naccrra.org/MilitaryPrograms/program.php?Page=12 >  
*   Enhanced Child Care Referral Service
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Obama to George Floyd protesters: Channel 'justifiable anger' into actionFormer President Barack Obama addressed nationwide protests over the death of George Floyd, condemning the violence brought on by a "small minority."


6/1/2020 11:28:30 AM

New Yahoo News/YouGov poll: Most Americans say Trump is a 'racist' and want him to stop tweetingBy a bare majority, Americans think President Trump is a racist, and want him to stop tweeting, according to a new Yahoo News/YouGov poll. The public’s response to Trump’s tweets and racial attitudes is predictably divided along party lines.


6/1/2020 11:08:41 AM

A New York police officer drew his gun on protesters. Mayor Bill de Blasio says he 'should have his gun and badge taken away.'The mayor appears to have taken a stricter tone with police violence, some of which has trended on social media.


6/1/2020 12:01:25 PM

Leaked documents reveal China withheld crucial information about the coronavirus at the start of the outbreakChina didn't publish the coronavirus genome until over a week after its scientists decoded it, according to a new investigation.


6/2/2020 7:45:50 AM

Amsterdam anti-racism rally criticised for lack of social distancingAmsterdam's mayor faced criticism from politicians and health experts on Tuesday after thousands of demonstrators packed the city centre for an anti-racism rally in violation of social distancing rules put in place to ward off the coronavirus. The protesters rallied in support of George Floyd, a black American who died in police custody in the United States last week, their number swelling from an expected 200-300 to several thousands on Monday. Amsterdam Mayor Femke Halsema, of the Green Left party, said city authorities were caught off guard by the huge turnout and could not have intervened peacefully.


6/2/2020 2:40:29 AM

Judge: Justice Department reversal in Flynn case 'unusual'A federal judge on Monday defended his decision not to quickly approve the Justice Department's request to dismiss its own criminal case against former Trump administration national security adviser Michael Flynn, saying that the department's reversal was unusual and he wanted to consider the request carefully before ruling on it. The brief from U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan offers the most detailed explanation for his refusal to immediately sign off on the department's decision to drop its case against Flynn, who pleaded guilty as part of special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. It raises the prospect of a drawn-out clash between two branches of government over whether a judge can be forced to unwind a guilty plea at the Justice Department's behest.


6/1/2020 4:27:34 PM

Biden Proposes Training Cops to Shoot Attackers in the Leg to Reduce FatalitiesJoe Biden on Monday suggested that police forces could train officers to shoot attackers in the legs in order to reduce potential fatalities.There is "the idea that instead of standing there and teaching a cop when there's an unarmed person, coming at him with a knife or something, to shoot him in the leg instead of in the heart," Biden said. "There's a lot of different things [policies] that can change."Biden made his remarks while meeting with African American community leaders at the Bethel AME Church in Wilmington, Del. The former vice president was discussing the widespread protests touched off by the killing of George Floyd, an African American man, at the hands of white police officers in Minneapolis, Minn.Protests have spread from Minneapolis to major U.S. cities including New York, Chicago, Washington D.C., and Los Angeles. The demonstrations have been widely varied in makeup, with some instances of peaceful protests and others that have devolved into riots with widespread looting.Members of Biden's staff have donated to groups attempting to free jailed rioters on bail. Campaign spokesman Andrew Bates told Reuters that Biden opposes cash bail as the equivalent of a "modern day debtors prison." It was not clear whether the donations were coordinated by the campaign or made individually.President Trump condemned the donations on Saturday, saying they "would financially support the mayhem that is hurting innocent people and destroying what good people spent their lives building."


6/1/2020 2:38:55 PM

D.C. police officer to protesters: 'If I didn't think change was possible, I would just give up'Hours into the mandatory curfew in Washington, D.C., several police officers were recorded engaging in peaceful dialogue with protesters. While remaining in opposition to the extended protests over George Floyd's death, one officer appeared to commiserate with protesters' desire to seek change.


6/2/2020 8:35:59 AM

Minnesota National Guard Opened Fire on a Vehicle, Commander SaysA soldier fired three rounds at a speeding vehicle deemed a threat, officials said.


6/1/2020 3:32:54 PM

‘Wanton thuggery’: Australian reporter knocked down by police live on air as she covered George Floyd protests in DCUS riot police were broadcast live on air using aggressive force to push and knock down an Australian reporter and her cameraman as they covered the Black Lives Matter protests in Washington DC, prompting an investigation by the Australian embassy.Amelia Brace, a reporter for Australian television network Channel 7, was broadcasting from the White House with cameraman Timothy Myers when police plouged into the crowd with riot shields, firing rubber bullets and tear gas to disperse them.


6/2/2020 6:56:07 AM