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The Policies That Push New York Foster Youth Towards Incarceration
If policies were different in New York, foster youth wouldn’t be pipelined through the justice system, writes Niasia Kincy.
Foster Youth Activism Saves Lives
The impact that devastating events can have on people shows us, foster youth, that our collective needs to step up, writes Rylan Beal.
Educational Support For People in Foster Care, Especially Those With a Disability
There are fosters and people with disabilities who don't know the rights they have inside the education system, writes Nia Dyer.
How Foster Youth Can Secure Their Future
Seeking help from a higher system is always an option for current and former foster youth, writes Niasia Kincy.
A Positive Experience in DC’s Foster Care System
Coming into foster care can change some children's lives in good and supportive ways, writes Ashanti Paylor.
Drowning and Forgotten: Former Foster Youth with Disabilities
Disability rights movements need to include the additional barriers that foster youth with disabilities face, writes April Barcus.
The Best of Youth Voices Rising, 2022
A collection of some of the many powerful Youth Voices Rising pieces featured in The Imprint during 2022
The Little Girl Behind A Locked Door
They forcefully locked me outside the apartment. Sleeping on the balcony was a way out of being in my foster home, writes Amal Amoora.