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Through Rose-Colored Lenses
Youth Voice Writing Contest essay winner Jessica Castillo writes about how safety can sometimes be with a foster youth's biological family.
The Challenge of Changing America’s Amorphous, Limitless Neglect Laws
Diane Redleaf reviews some promising developments for those interested in sharpening the definition of neglect in child welfare law
Texas Supreme Court Allows Child Abuse Investigations into Families of Transgender Teens to Continue
The state child welfare agency in Texas can once again investigate families that provide gender-affirming care
The U.S. Government Releases Landmark Investigation Into the Brutal Legacy of Indian Boarding Schools
The Department of Interior released a 102-page report on the devastation and cruelty imposed on Indigenous communities through Indian boarding schools.
Will California Sidestep Federal “Work First” Welfare Rules?
California is trying to make its cash assistance program more flexible for low-income parents. Advocates say a federal rule is hindering that.
The State Took His Kids Three Times. And Three Times It Gave Them Back.
In Southern Illinois, many families suspected of neglect cycle through the child welfare system. Too often they don’t get the help they need.
Life Altered for One Texas Family Determined to Protect Transgender Child
In Texas, top politicians say gender-affirming care is abuse, compelling one therapist to protect her clients — and her family.
Advocates Say California Should Send $2,000 Per Child to Poorest Families
Anti-poverty organizations are calling for California to target some of its projected surplus to families making up to $30,000 a year.