In the fight for equality, an important principle is one of colorblindness. Martin Luther King jr. Famously said that he wanted his children to be judged on the content of their character and not the color of their skin. But today, people seem to have forgotten that.
To make a difference and change the world, you must be able to communicate your message effectively. That’s why it’s so important to choose your words careful to make the biggest impact possible.
Every person you meet has something to teach you, you just have to be willing to learn. Today, Brittany and Ronni talk about the importance of listening and learning from others.
We talk a lot about emergent, or spontaneous, order here at Tuttle Twins. But how is emergent order different from central planning and which is best?
Ronni and Brittany talk about a conference that Ronni attended where she listened to a woman named Jennifer Sey talk about “woke capitalism”: companies that adopt progressive business practices in order to appear altruistic or virtuous or socially responsible.
We should all be growing and improving every single day to be the best versions of ourselves. But sometimes we get caught up comparing ourselves to other people and their success instead of worrying about ourselves.
From the trusted team behind the Tuttle Twins books, join us as we tackle current events, hot topics, and fun ideas to help your family find clarity in a world full of confusion.
The Tuttle Twins children’s book series is read by hundreds of thousands of families across the country, and nearly a million books (in a dozen languages!) are teaching children like yours about the ideas of a free society.
Textbooks don’t teach this; schools don’t mention it.
It’s up to you—and our books can help. Check out the Tuttle Twins books to see if they’re a fit for your family!