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Simone Biles: You Can Be Strong and Choose Rest
Simone Biles is a champion for liberation through her public acceptance and acknowledgement of her need for rest, which is an inevitably radical act of resistance, writes Ivory Bennett.
How the Child Welfare System Made Me Prioritize Education Over Myself
My relentless pursuit of education while in foster care led me away from any path toward myself, writes Youth Voice author Shay House.
Supreme Court Casts Hopeful Vision for a Divided Nation
For many commentators, Fulton v. City of Philadelphia seemed merely another salvo in our country’s unceasing culture wars — a zero-sum conflict in which only one side can win. I’d argue just the opposite. In a moment when society seems to be pul
Emerging Adults Need a Justice System Guided by Facts
The legal system must be guided by data and facts. Too often, our justice policy decisions are driven by a gut instinct to punish, writes Lael E.H. Chester.
Changing the Child Welfare System Starts With Reframing Our View of Families
While conversations about statutory reforms in child welfare are important and will hopefully result in meaningful change, questions linger.
To Support Families, We Must Look Beyond Regimented Solutions
Family support programs go beyond the practice of serving one family at a time. There are multiple moving parts. Our effectiveness lies in the broader engagement of our neighbors. The model’s elegance is in collective action and connectivity of child, family and community.
I’m a Foster Care Attorney and a Gay Man Fostering a Child With My Husband. Here’s What SCOTUS Got Wrong Last Week
My work as an attorney helped my husband and me realize that the foster care system needs as many stable, compassionate people as it can get to become foster parents, writes Jay Paul Deratany.
It’s On All of Us: Close Youth Prisons, Build Youth Leaders
As California moves to close its youth prisons, it should invest in building youth leaders, writes Katarina Sayally.