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A Litigation Landmark: Case Closed in Tennessee

A Litigation Landmark: Case Closed in Tennessee

By Ira Lustbader, Litigation Director, Children's Rights

Ira Lustbader reflects on the closing of the foster care reform campaign in Tennessee, which has now become a road map of hope for kids in foster care.

Celebrating Females in Foster Care

Celebrating Females in Foster Care

By Jazilah Salam, Digital Intern

March is Women’s History Month and highlights the contributions of women to history and society. Here are three women who are trailblazers in their respective fields that you might not know experienced the child welfare system firsthand.

Pennsylvania’s Children Are Crying for Our Help

Pennsylvania’s Children Are Crying for Our Help

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

Too many young people in Pennsylvania residential foster care are subjected to a pattern of abuse and maltreatment. The time for system-wide reform is now.

Statement: Administration Still Separating Migrant Children

Statement: Administration Still Separating Migrant Children

According to a report in USA Today, border patrol agents continue to separate migrant children from their parents at the border, without consulting a child welfare specialist. Sandy Santana, Executive Director of Children’s Rights, condemns this harmful practice.

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