The following symposium at the Association of the Bar of the City of New York explores the predicament posed by the surge of child removals through neglect petitions, and the subsequent placement of those children in foster care. The panel, whose comments are published here, offer some poignant reflections on the crisis of the child welfare system.
Ann Cammett, Megan McLaughlin, Martin Guggenheim, Sharonne Salaam & Nanette Schorr,
The Rights of Parents with Children in Foster Care: Removals Arising from Economic Hardship and the Predicative Power of Race,
N.Y. City L. Rev.
Available at: 10.31641/clr060104