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Children’s Rights In the News

5 March 2019 WOSU Public Media
Aging Out Of Foster Care: Interview

Elissa Glucksman Hyne, senior policy analyst at Children’s Rights, is interviewed on this radio segment about the challenges faced by youth aging out of foster care.

Aging Out Of Foster Care: Interview
4 March 2019 The Georgia Voice
Religious Freedom Bill Introduced in Georgia State Senate

Christina Wilson Remlin condemns the potential harms that could result from SB 221: “Taxpayer-funded foster care agencies would be able to turn away qualified same-sex couples and deny our most defenseless children the chance of a better life in a safe and loving home.”

Religious Freedom Bill Introduced in Georgia State Senate
1 March 2019 Chronicle of Social Change
License to Discriminate: What to Watch for in 2019

“LGBTQ youth could find themselves targeted by the very system charged with keeping them safe,” says Lead Counsel Christina Wilson Remlin in this forecast of upcoming religious freedom laws that could impact child welfare.

License to Discriminate: What to Watch for in 2019
11 February 2019 Reuters
LGBT+ teens in U.S.: New Study

Children’s Rights is cited in this article about a new study from the University of Texas at Austin, which finds that LGBT+ teens in the United States are three times more likely than heterosexual teens to live in foster care.

LGBT+ teens in U.S.: New Study

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