South Carolina Introduces Anti-LGBTQ Language into Child Welfare Bill

By Christina Wilson Remlin, Lead Counsel, Children's Rights

South Carolina legislators have included a small but potentially dangerous provision that would allow state agencies to discriminate against LGBTQ families. If state law authorizes providers to discriminate against this community, we lose an excellent potential foster and adoption resource.

From Foster Care to Law School

By CR Staff

Even when the odds seem stacked against you, it’s possible to succeed. This May, Children’s Rights sends our sincere good wishes for your success.

NYC Must Improve Juvenile Justice Conditions

By CR Staff

This week, Children’s Rights and other advocacy organizations took to the steps of City Hall urging City officials to create an adequate plan remove youth 17 and under from Rikers Island.


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