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Evangelicals Urge President Biden to Revise Refugee Resettlement Ceiling Immediately

Evangelical Immigration Table

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Evangelical leaders are expressing dismay and disappointment that the Biden administration has not followed through on a commitment to raise the ceiling for refugee resettlement for the current fiscal year. As of the halfway point, the U.S. is on pace to admit only 4,100 refugees this fiscal year, which would be the […]

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Many Say Now is the Time to Fight Racial Bias in Foster Care

Youth Today

Many Say Now is the Time to Fight Racial Bias in Foster Care - Reports - Youth Today adheres to high-quality journalistic standards, providing readers with professional news coverage dedicated to examining a wide spectrum of complex issues in the youth services industry from diversity to community-based youth work. For more than 30 years, Youth Today has offered youth service professionals, policymakers, advocates and funders in youth services the latest news, information, grants, reports, professional development and research in the youth services field.

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‘Bring up children in secured family environment’

Owusu Mahoney

Bethany Christian Services (BCS) Ghana, a non-governmental organisation (NG0), seeking family and child welfare, has said that there was the need to bring up children in secured family environment, to protect them both emotionally and...

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Help Bethany Christian Services reunify international families by becoming a transitional foster parent

WOODTV.com

Help Bethany Christian Services reunify international families by becoming a transitional foster parent

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Many say now is the time to fight racial bias in foster care

The Associated Press

Cheri Williams looks back with regret at the start of her career as a child welfare caseworker in 1998. Systemic racism is a major reason why. “I removed probably about 100 kids from their...

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In Caring For Border Kids, Foster Parents Say 'Love Knows No Language

Denver 7

With more than 21,000 migrant children in government custody, hundreds are in the care of U.S. foster families.

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U.S. Families Step Up To Foster Unaccompanied Migrant Kids

AOL News

More than a thousand miles from the southern border, a young Indianapolis couple is parenting and housing migrant children for weeks at a time. "They have their own bedroom and their own space and it's just them in the house versus, you know, hundreds of kids," said Billy, the foster father. Billy and Tori are among hundreds of foster parents nationwide stepping up during a pandemic to give migrant kids a safe home — until they're cleared to reunite with their families in the U.S.

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U.S. Families Step Up To Foster Unaccompanied Migrant Kids

Newsy

With more than 21,000 migrant children in government custody, hundreds are in the care of U.S. foster families.

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Group Helps Unaccompanied Minors Find Foster Homes In Indiana

WFYI Radio

Bethany Christian Services' transitional foster care program provides a temporary home for unaccompanied children who have fled to the U.S. border.

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