Shattered Bonds Dorothy Roberts

ISBN: 9780465070589

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352 pages


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Shattered Bonds  by  Dorothy Roberts

Shattered Bonds by Dorothy Roberts
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The story of foster care in the United States is the story of the failure of the social safety net to aid poor, largely black, parents in their attempt to make a home for their children. Shattered Bonds tells this story as no other book hasMoreThe story of foster care in the United States is the story of the failure of the social safety net to aid poor, largely black, parents in their attempt to make a home for their children. Shattered Bonds tells this story as no other book has before-from the perspective of a prominent black, female legal theoretician.The current state of the child-welfare system in America is a well-known tragedy.

Thousands of children every year are removed from their parents homes, often for little reason other than the endemic poverty that afflicts women and children more than any other group in the U.S. Dorothy Roberts, an acclaimed legal scholar and social critic, reveals the racial politics of child welfare in America through extensive legal research and original interviews with Chicago families in the foster care system.

She describes the racial imbalance in foster care, the concentration of state intervention in certain neighborhoods, the alarming percentages of children in substitute care, the difficulty that poor and black families have in meeting states standards for regaining custody of children placed in foster care, and the relationship between state supervision of families and continuing racial inequality.



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