Child Welfare and Foster Care Reform - Going Mainstream: Advocates Take the Reins
From Baruch DML
This case study focuses on the campaign to eliminate racial and religious bias from the New York City foster care system, to protect children in foster care from abuse and neglect, and to improve child welfare services.
Contributors featured in this video include: Marcia Robinson Lowry, Executive Director of Children’s Rights; Gail Nayowith, Chair of the New York City Child Welfare Advisory Panel; John Mattingly, Commissioner of New York City’s Administration for Children’s Services; and Jennifer March-Joly, Executive Director of Citizens Committee for Children of New York (CCC).
Funding for the development of the case studies was provided by the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation."