Webinar: Moving from Why to How: Parent Leaders’ Perspectives on the Movement for Child Welfare Justice

Black communities, communities of color, and those living in poverty are overrepresented in many systems, including the foster system, that claim to support and protect.

Creating the conditions in which families and communities can thrive means keeping families together and reimagining what support looks like, how harm and accountability are understood and addressed, and who should be leading the way forward.  

Black communities, communities of color, and those living in poverty are overrepresented in many systems, including the foster system, that claim to support and protect.


Watch a recording of the first webinar in our Spotlight on the Foster System Webinar Series.

Panelists included:

The discussion was moderated by:

  • Elena Nina-X Thompson, Nina’s Arc Foundation & 7Dlights

Watch a video recording of the webinar on our YouTube channel, and download the slide presentation. (PDF)

Save the date for upcoming webinars in our Spotlight on the Foster System Webinar Series, and tell Congress we cannot allow the pandemic to cause permanent separation of families!

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We center parents in advocating for policies and laws that strengthen families and end the harmful removal of children from their homes.

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