Children’s Rights Launches ‘Trapped?’, An Interactive Facebook Experience That Calls Attention to Grim Realities of Foster Care

‘We All Need to Get Together to Fight for the Rights of Children and Fix the Wrongs of Foster Care,’
Says Darryl ‘DMC’ McDaniels
(New York) — For many American youth, the month of May means prom, final exams and counting down to high school or college graduation. But for a disturbing percentage of the nation’s 400,000-plus children in foster care, milestones like these are not at arm’s reach.

Child welfare systems in the United States routinely fail the very children who depend on them for guidance and protection, leaving them vulnerable to violations of their basic rights. To highlight the urgent need for child welfare reform, national advocacy group