Family Integrity & Justice Quarterly

Why End Mandated Reporting by Dorothy E. Roberts In Torn Apart: How the Child Welfare System Destroys Black Families—And How Abolition CanBuild a Safer World, I argue that the U.S. child welfare system is part of a larger carceral regime,which … Read More

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Temporary Child-Welfare Placements Target Nonwhite Children Disproportionately

Rutgers Today – December 21, 2022 Nationwide, children who are removed from their homes by child protective services for fewer than 30 days are overwhelmingly Asian American, Black or Native American, raising questions about the impartiality of states’ child welfare … Read More

Addressing Structural Racism Through Equitable Policy Making for Black Families

Source: Child Trends This issue brief series identifies key information and opportunities for consideration by policymakers, researchers, practitioners, philanthropists, and others interested in supporting the progress of Black families and children—and, by extension, the country as a whole. The series … Read More