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Human Services professor Emily Mann was recently interviewed in a piece about the Boston Children’s Museum’s operation amidst the pandemic. She told Boston University’s Daily Free Press “What I like about the play-based programming at the museum … is that they are using play, something that kids are naturally inclined to do, as a way to support social, emotional health, which I think is really critical right now.” She also praised the museum as a way for families to get their children engaged with the community.

Read the rest of her comments and the full article here!

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