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Child Welfare Field Must Confront Racist Roots

LA Progressive

Confront Racist Roots -- Policies of the CPS system in particular were developed by White men and reflect their values and views about families.

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Organization advocates for refugee children in back-to-school plans

WOODTV.com

Transitioning out of the standard classroom has been a challenge, but another group of kids that officials want to remember is refugee children.

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COVID-19 creating greater need for foster parents in Colorado

KOAA News

COVID-19 has impacted so many different sectors in Colorado and one that people might not think about is foster care.

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This Adoption Story Isn't What You Think

Lifesong for Orphans

Pop culture portrays domestic adoption as a decision made by pregnant teens. But that picture of birth moms has been inaccurate for decades or longer.

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Number of Christian Refugees Allowed in the US Has Drastically Declined Since 2015

CBN News

Christians around the globe face growing persecution and many look to the United States for refuge. New numbers, however, show they're not getting near the protection compared to previous years and advocates are sounding the alarm.

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Children in ICE dentention centers need safety and family units

The Christian Post

As ICE considers how to release children from detention in order to protect them from the spread of the coronavirus, ICE must prioritize keeping families together and in homes within welcoming communities.

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Help.org Names the Best Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers in Grand Rapids

Help.org

GRAND RAPIDS, MI (PRWEB) July 13, 2020 -- Help.org, a trusted online resource for individuals who struggle with addiction and their loved ones, has announced

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Christian groups slam DHS rule threatening deportation of students during COVID-19

The Christian Post

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship has led a broad coalition of Christian organizations in opposing a rule announced by the Trump administration this week that requires international students to exit the U.S. or transfer if their classes are entirely online this fall. 

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Bethany Christian Services Prepares for International adoptions Revolution

Mission Box

Bethany Christian Services has been watching a trend that is leading them to a necessary revolution in their approach to international adoptions

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