of eating Play-Doh, singing Big Red Car and trying not to poo their dacks, politically-savvy toddlers at Brunswick Kindergarten last week took part in what was called “Blue for Nauru” Day.
The children were photographed holding signs reading “Our political leaders must end the harm” and “Locking up children is never the answer”.
The children were interviewed for their thoughts on offshore processing. A teacher wrote about the session in the preschool’s newsletter, detailing some of their responses to the question: “What would you say to the politicians who won’t let the refugees in?”
“You are mean to the guys that can’t come and live here”; “Why aren’t they allowed in Australia? I don’t think they will destroy the country”; and “I don’t like this rule” were among the kids’ comments.
Maybe I’m not bringing my kids up right, but my three-year-old has