Author Trea Jackson writes “The Innocent Eyes of a Child” based on her own experiences in the Illinois foster care system. The book follows 5-year-old Brighteyes through the foster care system, challenging the common idea “What is the best interested of the child.” Learn more about Jackson at www.treajackson.com.
In exiting foster care, some youth see freedom, others see an uncertain future. By Sara Tiano Joseph Jones was 2 years old when he entered the foster care system in Alameda County, California. He spent […]
Choosing to become a foster parent is just the first step, but finding the right agency to partner with is equally important. Here are a few suggestions to help guide you to the right agency. […]
Published in 2008, Regina Louise’s Somebody’s Someone is an early memoir sharing the unique experience of a Black child in the foster care system. Louise has published two additional books and “Somebody’s Someone” was made […]