Youth-Led Group Builds Tiny Home Village to Fight California’s Homelessness Crisis
Resuming Evictions Could Land Kids in Foster Care, Experts Say
Money and Maltreatment
On this week’s podcast we discuss the end of the federal eviction moratorium, a string of new laws aimed at protecting parents suspected of abuse or neglect in New York, and Molly Dunn joins to talk about problems with Arizona’s effort to get federal assistance to current and former foster youth.
Foster Care is Personal: Youth Speak Out on Family & Stability
This series highlights three writers from Northern California who share their experiences dealing with foster care and how the system affects their family relationships in addition to always being place in a position to survive.
Far from Home | Far from Safe
California sent thousands of vulnerable children to out-of-state facilities run by a for-profit company. Reports of rampant abuse followed. Now, confronted with a Chronicle and Imprint investigation, the state is bringing every child home.
Fostering Adults: The State of Care
“The thing about extended foster care is, it’s a deal, but it comes with strings attached.”
Since 2008, nearly every state in America has extended foster care to age 21, an effort to help prevent the staggering levels of homelessness and criminal justice involvement experienced by those who “age out” of the system.
Mother’s Day Celebration Outside L.A. County Jail Sends Hope to Women Inside
Dozens of women wearing T-shirts emblazoned with “Free Black Mamas” logos and shouting “Happy Mother’s Day” circled a Los Angeles County women’s jail in cars Friday, a public demonstration calling attention to the struggles of incarcerated mothers and their efforts to reunify with children placed in foster care.
New York City Lawmakers, Moms Push Sweeping Changes to Child Maltreatment Reporting System
Foster Youth Cornelius Fredericks was Killed One Year Ago. His Death Has Caused Sweeping Change Nationwide
A Progressive Community Grapples With the Reality of Juvenile Justice Reform