34 min

Child Welfare in The Early Pandemic; Remembering Edgar Cahn, Juvenile Justice Visionary The Imprint Weekly

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On this week’s podcast, we try to tie three different sets of federally collected numbers together in regard to child welfare during the earliest phase of the COVID-19 pandemic between March and September 2020, when lockdowns were ubiquitous, schools were mostly closed and vaccines were still in the offing. We also talk about some well-timed research on the nexus between income support for poor parents and child well-being.
Later in the podcast we talk what could be the first collateral consequence of last year’s Supreme Court decision on faith-based discrimination in child welfare; where things stand with a court challenge to the Indian Child Welfare Act and auditing L.A.’s child welfare agency. We end with a discussion of Edgar Cahn, a giant in the legal community whose legacy includes two innovative ideas in juvenile justice. 

Reading Room
Child Maltreatment 2020
https://bit.ly/3rdgets
2020 Child Maltreatment Data: A Breakdown
https://bit.ly/3u5vfiI
Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System
https://bit.ly/3udG5n0
Trends in U.S. Emergency Department Visits Related to Suspected or Confirmed Child Abuse and Neglect
https://bit.ly/3rdEuvJ
Cash Aid to Poor Mothers Increases Brain Activity in Babies, Study Finds
https://nyti.ms/3KVYGtF
Public Investments and Class Gaps in Parents’ Developmental Expenditures
https://bit.ly/3GcwqzA
Michigan Settles Lawsuit with St. Vincent Catholic Charities over Same-sex Adoptions
https://bit.ly/32I7Rwy
Jews Have Been Rejected by Adoption Agencies for Years. This Couple Hopes to Force a Change
https://bit.ly/3KVqjDd
Edgar Cahn, Pioneer of Time Banking, Passes Away
https://bit.ly/3KNvAMY
A Perfect Combination of Chutzpah and Soul
https://wapo.st/35AGINf
A Novel Approach on Litigating Racial Disparities in Juvenile Justice
https://bit.ly/3g9BWYZ

On this week’s podcast, we try to tie three different sets of federally collected numbers together in regard to child welfare during the earliest phase of the COVID-19 pandemic between March and September 2020, when lockdowns were ubiquitous, schools were mostly closed and vaccines were still in the offing. We also talk about some well-timed research on the nexus between income support for poor parents and child well-being.
Later in the podcast we talk what could be the first collateral consequence of last year’s Supreme Court decision on faith-based discrimination in child welfare; where things stand with a court challenge to the Indian Child Welfare Act and auditing L.A.’s child welfare agency. We end with a discussion of Edgar Cahn, a giant in the legal community whose legacy includes two innovative ideas in juvenile justice. 

Reading Room
Child Maltreatment 2020
https://bit.ly/3rdgets
2020 Child Maltreatment Data: A Breakdown
https://bit.ly/3u5vfiI
Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System
https://bit.ly/3udG5n0
Trends in U.S. Emergency Department Visits Related to Suspected or Confirmed Child Abuse and Neglect
https://bit.ly/3rdEuvJ
Cash Aid to Poor Mothers Increases Brain Activity in Babies, Study Finds
https://nyti.ms/3KVYGtF
Public Investments and Class Gaps in Parents’ Developmental Expenditures
https://bit.ly/3GcwqzA
Michigan Settles Lawsuit with St. Vincent Catholic Charities over Same-sex Adoptions
https://bit.ly/32I7Rwy
Jews Have Been Rejected by Adoption Agencies for Years. This Couple Hopes to Force a Change
https://bit.ly/3KVqjDd
Edgar Cahn, Pioneer of Time Banking, Passes Away
https://bit.ly/3KNvAMY
A Perfect Combination of Chutzpah and Soul
https://wapo.st/35AGINf
A Novel Approach on Litigating Racial Disparities in Juvenile Justice
https://bit.ly/3g9BWYZ

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