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On this week’s podcast we talk about a racial equity audit New York City never made public; welfare payments and foster care; and the emergence of lifebooks. 
Robin Rosenberg, deputy director of Florida’s Children First, joins us to discuss Florida’s implementation of the Family First Prevention Services Act. In particular, we focus on a sex trafficking exception to federal limits on congregate care funding that Florida is using to place hundreds of youth in group settings. 
Reading Room
Strategies for Youth’s Youth Voices Contest
Details: http://bit.ly/3Xhh5HB
Entry form: http://bit.ly/3TSNxwU
NYC Children's Agency Buries Report That Details Racial Bias in Its Ranks
https://bit.ly/3Y8ddJv
Is N.Y.’s Child Welfare System Racist? Some of Its Own Workers Say Yes
https://bit.ly/3W5w06g
New York City Administration for Children’s Services Racial Equity Participatory Action Research & System Audit: Findings and Opportunities https://bit.ly/3VSyxRM
‘Miranda Warning’-style Bill for Parents Fails in New York City Council
https://bit.ly/3GYmtGz
Some State Welfare Policies Linked to More Foster Care
https://bit.ly/3VPNmo4
Associations Between State TANF Policies, Child Protective Services Involvement, And Foster Care Placement
https://bit.ly/3FnpHEe
California Announces Guaranteed Income Pilot Projects for Former Foster Youth
https://bit.ly/3FKiu2s
Court Denies Lawmakers Request for Maine DHHS Child Death Records https://bit.ly/3UNwyN9
In Minnesota, ‘Lifebooks’ Create Personal Archives for Young People in Out-of-Home Care
https://bit.ly/3iyOSfw
‘I Was Dehumanised’: Lemn Sissay on Hearing His Harrowing Abuse Report Live on Stage
https://bit.ly/3iYykOo
An Identity Erased
https://bit.ly/3y5qG9Q
Innocence Sold: Foster System a Pipeline for Child Sex Traffickers
https://bit.ly/3FI6jDq
Foster Care Prevention & Group Care Limits: The Family First Act Takes Effect
https://bit.ly/3BlYz5i

On this week’s podcast we talk about a racial equity audit New York City never made public; welfare payments and foster care; and the emergence of lifebooks. 
Robin Rosenberg, deputy director of Florida’s Children First, joins us to discuss Florida’s implementation of the Family First Prevention Services Act. In particular, we focus on a sex trafficking exception to federal limits on congregate care funding that Florida is using to place hundreds of youth in group settings. 
Reading Room
Strategies for Youth’s Youth Voices Contest
Details: http://bit.ly/3Xhh5HB
Entry form: http://bit.ly/3TSNxwU
NYC Children's Agency Buries Report That Details Racial Bias in Its Ranks
https://bit.ly/3Y8ddJv
Is N.Y.’s Child Welfare System Racist? Some of Its Own Workers Say Yes
https://bit.ly/3W5w06g
New York City Administration for Children’s Services Racial Equity Participatory Action Research & System Audit: Findings and Opportunities https://bit.ly/3VSyxRM
‘Miranda Warning’-style Bill for Parents Fails in New York City Council
https://bit.ly/3GYmtGz
Some State Welfare Policies Linked to More Foster Care
https://bit.ly/3VPNmo4
Associations Between State TANF Policies, Child Protective Services Involvement, And Foster Care Placement
https://bit.ly/3FnpHEe
California Announces Guaranteed Income Pilot Projects for Former Foster Youth
https://bit.ly/3FKiu2s
Court Denies Lawmakers Request for Maine DHHS Child Death Records https://bit.ly/3UNwyN9
In Minnesota, ‘Lifebooks’ Create Personal Archives for Young People in Out-of-Home Care
https://bit.ly/3iyOSfw
‘I Was Dehumanised’: Lemn Sissay on Hearing His Harrowing Abuse Report Live on Stage
https://bit.ly/3iYykOo
An Identity Erased
https://bit.ly/3y5qG9Q
Innocence Sold: Foster System a Pipeline for Child Sex Traffickers
https://bit.ly/3FI6jDq
Foster Care Prevention & Group Care Limits: The Family First Act Takes Effect
https://bit.ly/3BlYz5i

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