Sympathy is Nice, But Justice is Better
Dezarae Newstrom writes that there is so much cruelty within policing and foster care, and that we need education on the history of these systems.
It is Not Over. We Still Need More Justice.
Deddtrease Edwards writes that Black and brown communities need to continue to fight for justice.
Minneapolis Lawyers Rely on ‘Gold Standard’ Law to Keep Native American Families Together
To examine the Indian Child Welfare Act and its impact, The Imprint reviewed summaries of 40 cases handled last fall by a leading nonprofit law firm in Minnesota, where Native American children are removed from their parents at a rate unseen elsewhere in the country. The review revealed that the federal law has a clear benefit for the children it is designed to protect — and without it, those rights would be greatly diminished.