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In March, 16 Jennifer  Garner went to Washington to testify about child poverty at a hearing for the House Appropriations Labor, Health and Human Services and Education Subcommittee on behalf of the charity Save the Children. Garner, who is a trustee of the charity, appeared before the committee on the same day that President Donald Trump’s budget proposal—which would significantly cut the Education Department funding and does not prioritize early childhood education—was released. (The budget proposal also proposes severe cuts to funding for programs that serve low-income Americans, like Meals on Wheels, after-school and summer programs, and programs that provide nutrition for pregnant and nursing women, among others.)

“Mothers come up to me and say, ‘Can you help get my child into these programs? Can you just nudge us up in the wait-list? Is there anything you can do?’ ” Garner said of her work with Save the Children. “The thought that I would have to go back to these mothers and say, ‘Well, no, there is nothing that I can do.’ . . . These families know what it is to have this intervention, and they know what they’re losing when its gone, and I’ll have to answer to it.” The actress, in turn, called fora “significant investment in high-quality childhood education, proven effective programs like Early Head Start, childcare development block grants, preschool development grants, and home visitation models,” like Save the Children’s Early Steps to School Success.

“It’s easy to escape responsibility for disgrace like that by blaming the parents,” Garner said, and made reference to her own childhood in West Virginia, where she grew up around children in poverty. “Who doesn’t talk to a child? Who doesn’t sing to their child? I’ll tell you who: Parents who have lived their whole lives with the stresses that come with food scarcity, with lack of adequate shelter, with drug addiction and abuse. Parents who were left on the floor when they were children, ignored by their parents, who had to choose, as one out of three mothers in this country do, between providing food or a clean diaper for their children. Poverty dulls the senses, it saps hope, it destroys the will.”

“These children don’t vote, they don’t make political contributions; neither do their parents,” Garner said. “Somebody has to tell their story above all the noise. Poverty is silent, but I can’t be.”

Source: Vogue

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Appearances > 2017 > March, 16 – Trustee for Save the Children, testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington

In March, 09 Jennifer was seen out with her kids, Violet, Seraphina and Samuel. We add + 30 pictures in our gallery, access:

Candids > 2017 > March, 09 – Seen out in with daughter Violet, Sam and Seraphina in Brentwood

After one week with any update we are back with 3 new candids, from Jennifer. The last, Jennifer leaves church with a food basket  and shares a laugh with her bodyguard in march 05. Check all pictures in our gallery!

Candids > 2017 > March, 05 – Leaves church with a food basket and shares a laugh with her bodyguard

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Candids > 2017 > March, 01 – At The Palm in Beverly Hills

Candids > 2017 > March, 02 – Out in Santa Monica

 

Actress Jennifer Garner says growing up “surrounded by generational, rural poverty” in West Virginia inspired her to become an advocate for early-childhood education.

Garner spoke at a meeting of the National Governors Association on Saturday about programs that bring educators into the homes of low-income parents to help them get their kids ready for kindergarten. At one point, her microphone was cut off and she said, “It’s like the Oscars!”

Garner says kids who don’t come to school prepared face huge disadvantages later in life. She says she saw it growing up, when kids stopped showing up at school and “disappeared off the face of the earth.”

She says intervention can make a difference with parents who lack the resources to help their kids’ developing brains.

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Appearances > 2017 > February, 25 – National Governors Association Winter Meeting about early education

February, 23  Jennifer was in LAX Airport. Check all candids!

Candids > 2017 > February, 23 – At the LAX Airport in LA

 

Greg Berlanti is directing the adaptation of the Becky Albertalli best-seller.

Jennifer Garner has joined the cast of Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda, Fox 2000’s adaptation of Becky Albertalli’s YA best-seller, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

Greg Berlanti, best known as the showrunner of The CW’s DC Comics-based superhero shows, is directing the coming-of-age and coming-out drama,

Nick Robinson is starring in the project, playing a high school junior named Simon whose sexual-orientation secret falls into the hands of the class clown, Martin (Logan Miller). Simon finds himself in a complicated situation when he’s blackmailed into helping Martin get to know his best friend, Abby, the new girl in school.

Garner will play Robinson’s mother.

Wyck Godfrey and Marty Bowen of Temple Hill are producing, as is Pouya Shahbazian.

Garner, who last year starred in the faith-based drama Miracles From Heaven, is repped by CAA, Management 360 and Sloane Offe

Source: THR

In February, 16 Jennifer was leaving the neil salon in LA. Check the pictures in our gallery!

Candids > 2017 > February, 16 – Leaving the nail salon in Los Angeles

We update the gallery with stills + blu ray screencaps from the movie Danny Collins.

An aging rock star decides to change his life when he discovers a 40-year-old letter written to him by John Lennon.

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Movies > Danny Collins (2015) > Screencaps | Blu Ray

Movies > Danny Collins (2015) > Stills

In February 12, Jennifer was participating in a running marathon, check all pictures in our gallery!

Candids > 2017 > February, 12 – Is seen in Los Angeles, California

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