We Were Once a Family, with Author Roxanna Asgarian
On this week’s podcast we discuss some updates on the Indian Child Welfare Act front, Minnesota becomes a trans youth refuge, and the blind spot in America’s knowledge of youth justice.
Imprint alum Roxanna Asgarian joins to discuss her new book, “We Were Once a Family: A Story of Love, Death, and Child Removal in America,” which traces the lives and families of six children killed by their adoptive parents in March of 2018.
Roxanna Asgarian is a Texas-based journalist who writes about courts and the law for The Texas Tribune. She is the author of “We Were Once a Family: A Story of Love, Death, and Child Removal in America.”
Indian Child Welfare Act Think Tank to Strategize Legal Protections for Tribal Sovereignty
With Supporters from Indian Country Looking on, Minnesota Lawmakers Vote to Protect Indigenous Families
Governor Signs Law that Codifies Indian Child Welfare Act Provisions into State Statute
Calling for ‘Love’ not ‘Hate,’ Minnesota Governor Declares His State a Refuge for Trans Youth
On Point, March 9: Journalist Hannah Barnes on The Inside Story of The Collapse of Tavistock’s Gender Identity Clinic
We’re Building a New Path to Prioritize Kin
New Mexico Has Lost Track of Juveniles Locked Up for Life. We Found Nearly Two Dozen.
Federal Study on Transfers of Juveniles Delayed, Again
We Were Once a Family: A Story of Love, Death, and Child Removal in America
Read Roxanna Asgarian’s coverage of child welfare for The Imprint