ARTICLE TAG

Minnesota

1/24/2024

Bill Before Congress Would Provide Foster Youth With Guaranteed Income

Two members of Congress aim to combat homelessness and poverty among former foster youth through no-questions-asked cash payments.

A Minnesota Host Home Program Helps Vulnerable LGBTQ+ Youth Avoid Homelessness

1/23/2024

A Minnesota Host Home Program Helps Vulnerable LGBTQ+ Youth Avoid Homelessness

Amid a surge in anti-LGBTQ+ legislation nationwide, a Minneapolis nonprofit offers a host home program for vulnerable youth.

Generational Foster Care in Native American Communities

1/23/2024

Generational Foster Care in Native American Communities

Due to my experiences in foster care, I forgot how to dance in powwows, as well as other Native traditions, writes Shawna Bullen-Fairbanks.

12/20/2023

The Latest on ‘Infant-toddler Court Teams’ Shows They Help Keep Families Intact

A small town in Minnesota is home to an "Infant-toddler Court Team" — one of around 100 sites nationwide that take a family preservation approach to family court.

12/18/2023

Top Stories of 2023: Kin Often Fight an Uphill Battle

A selection of The Imprint’s most impactful stories from the past year

Federal Government Set to Release its Next Report on Indian Boarding School Survivors

12/13/2023

Federal Government Preparing its Next Report on Indian Boarding Schools

The Department of the Interior will soon release its historic final report on the devastation caused by U.S.-backed Indian boarding schools.

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    11/28/2023

    With Cannabis Newly Legalized, Minnesota is Latest State to Adjust its Child Welfare Approach

    Child welfare practices are shifting in Minnesota in response to the legalization of recreational cannabis in the state.

    Lost and Found

    11/9/2023

    Lost and Found

    While I felt lost for so long, I now feel strong. I want every current and former Foster to feel like this, writes Vivian Dudley.

    Lost and Found

    11/8/2023

    Getting my Ducks in a Row

    The more I started asking questions, the more foster parents got upset with me. Fosters deserve answers to their questions, writes Kia Crist.