This week’s Susan’s Musings: It’s (almost) September: Do You Know Where Your Children Are?
During the 1960’s and onwards, a New York TV station prefaced the 10 o’clock news with the phrase, “It’s 10 PM. Do you know where your children are?” As a child, in the safe boundaries of my urban middle-class neighborhood, I assumed it was a reminder to parents that their kids might still be on the street playing hopscotch or punch ball. Apparently, it was actually tied into youth violence and curfews, drug use, and later used to highlight child abduction.
The fact is that for two summer months… READ MORE