Discover touching personal stories from celebrities, world leaders and real-life activists. From their hopes for their children's futures, to simple but profound messages on how to triumph over life's adversities, these WE Day stars share parenting stories that will move and inspire you.
Kardinal Offishall’s parents were instrumental in fostering his love of music, and it led to his career as an award-winning rapper and music producer. Now, as a parent himself, he shares his thoughts on supporting his own kids as they explore their many interests.
Children learn what you teach them. Kardinal Offishall, award-winning rapper, music producer and parent, believes it all starts with your relationship with your children and leading by example to show love and compassion towards others.
Raising compassionate children means helping them see themselves in other people. Learn how J.R. Martinez—actor, author, speaker and veteran—creates opportunities for his daughter to meet and to celebrate others, regardless of their circumstances.
Growing up, J.R. Martinez didn’t understand how his Mom could be so positive despite their hardships. By “inviting in the blessings”, she set an unforgettable example of resiliency and hope. It’s a lesson this successful actor, author, speaker and veteran has taken to heart.
Marlee Matlin is an Academy Award-winning actress and a devoted social activist. As a Mom, there’s only one key thing she hopes for her children. Watch and share her inspiring message of resilience and courage.
Marlee Matlin, Academy Award-winning actress and devoted social activist, believes that giving is a part of life. Learn how she challenges her children to make meaningful choices, face and overcome barriers, and be an example to those around them.
For Marlee Matlin, singing and signing in front of the bathroom mirror were early expressions of her childhood creativity. Learn how her parents’ support paved the way for this Academy Award-winning actress and devoted social activist to discover her life’s passion.
Martin Luther King III’s powerful message of hope for his daughter and her generation is to envision a world where poverty and racism are eradicated, and where the principles of non-violence lead the way.