“Only Together Do We Survive”: Andrea Elliott, Author of Invisible Child
On this week’s podcast we discuss more troubling indicators on the workforce crisis in child welfare and juvenile justice, and a new bill introduced in Congress that would bring federal scrutiny around the use of automated decision making tools in America.
New York Times reporter Andrea Elliott joins to discuss her new book “Invisible Child: Poverty, Survival & Hope in an American City,” which chronicles Dasani Coates and her family in New York City. Elliott talks about her thoughts on how the social safety net, and the city’s child welfare system, did (or did not) help the family.
Nonprofits in New York City Struggle to Keep Child Welfare Workers
The Employment Situation – January 2022
The Scope and Impact of Nonprofit Workforce Shortages
Algorithmic Accountability Act of 2022 Section-by-Section
The Foster Care System Turns to Big Data: Promising or Profiling?
Girl in the Shadows: Dasani’s Home Life
Invisible Child: Poverty, Survival & Hope in an American City