Fostering the Future Series by Children’s Rights | The Chronicle of Social Change

On May 1, Children’s Rights launched its third annual Fostering the Future public awareness campaign. Each day throughout the month, CR is sharing a new blog from someone affected by foster care on the Fostering the Future website.

In this piece, CR Staff Attorney Kate Wood recounts traveling to South Carolina to meet brave young people who opened up about their traumatizing experiences in state care. They would eventually become named plaintiffs in Michelle H. v. Haley, a lawsuit highlighting South Carolina’s dismal record of recruiting enough loving, safe and supportive foster families


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