Men and Boys of Color Are Philanthropic Priority with Good Reason
I was disappointed to read Kiersten Marek’s recent column in The Imprint. In it, she complains that the “movement and infrastructure for funding of initiatives for men and boys of color far outpace the support for women and girls of color.”
Child Welfare Ideas from the Experts, #11: Increase Adoption of African-American Males
The Imprint is highlighting each of the policy recommendations made this summer by the participants of the Foster Youth Internship Program (FYI), a group of 12 former foster youths who completed congressional internships.
Barrus Report Proves It: Group Homes Are Right for Some Kids
On August 5, The Imprint highlighted the recommendations of Eric Barrus, one of 12 former foster youths participating in the Foster Youth Internship Program of the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute.
To End Violence Against Women, End Violence Against Boys
By Sheena Vasani In her quest to achieve some semblance of justice in the world and in her own life, abuse survivor Rachael Kay Albers angrily sought refuge in feminism. Until one day, she noticed an irony: In her aggressive approach to fighting for a more humane world, she was becoming like her abuser.