ARTICLE TAG

civil rights

3/11/2019

Hearings: Stories from Inside America’s Child Welfare Courts

On Wednesday, The Imprint will publish its first installment of “Hearings,” a series of stories from a corner of the law that is not reported on enough – America’s child welfare courts.

12/27/2018

Top Stories of 2018: Indian Child Welfare Act Turns 40

We’re counting down 10 of the biggest stories The Imprint published in 2018. Each day, we’ll connect readers with a few links to our coverage on a big story from 2018.

faith-based child welfare

12/24/2018

Top Stories of 2018: Faith and Discrimination

We’re counting down 10 of the biggest stories The Imprint published in 2018. Each day, we’ll connect readers with a few links to our coverage on a big story from 2018.

7/25/2018

Child Welfare Ideas from the Experts #3: Protecting LGBTQ Rights in Child Welfare

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 10 former foster youths who have completed congressional internships.

Youth Services Insider

5/14/2018

Oklahoma Governor Signs Faith-Based Foster Care Bill, Kansas is Likely Next

Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin (R) signed into law a bill that permits the state’s faith-based child welfare partners to discriminate against same-sex couples, single or unmarried people, and possibly even LGBTQ youth.

12/26/2013

OJJDP Names Shanetta Cutlar Chief of Staff

Without a press release, or even adding her to the staff list on its website, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention hired Shanetta Cutlar to serve as chief of staff to Administrator Robert Listenbee.