Anti-Racism and Child Welfare

By The Imprint

On this week's episode we discuss getting school credit in juvenile facilities, suicide screening for foster youth, and new rules meant to expand housing support for people aging out of foster care.Our guest this week is Sharon McDaniel, founder of Pennsylvania's A Second Chance, Inc. and president of the group Black Administrators in Child Welfare. We talk to McDaniel about how coronavirus has impacted her organization, and about what comes next in the ongoing discussion about racism inside the child welfare system.Reading RoomSchoolwork Behind Bars Often Goes to Waste, Study Findshttps://bit.ly/356CTeKUniversity of Pennsylvania Seeks Input on Foster Care Suicide Assessmenthttps://bit.ly/2FEDTOrWashington State Gets Federal OK on Foster Care Prevention Planhttps://bit.ly/3m0eRclPennsylvania County Fills Foster Family Gap with Relativeshttps://bit.ly/37jnACbWhite Privilege in Child Welfare: What Racism Looks Likehttps://bit.ly/34o9TPr

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