Re-envisioning Child Well-being Dismantling the Inequitable Intersections Among Child Welfare, Juvenile Justice, and Education
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The family regulation system's policing, disruption, and restructuring of Black families and communities spills over into other systems also marked by stark racial inequities - the education and juvenile justice systems. This Article unpacks how that spillage magnifies the harm to Black children; by exploring the structural mechanisms through which these systems work together to compound disparity and perpetuate inequity, this Article provides further evidence of the family regulation system's failings.
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Stewart, K. . (2022). Re-envisioning Child Well-being: Dismantling the Inequitable Intersections Among Child Welfare, Juvenile Justice, and Education. Columbia Journal of Race and Law, 12(1). https://doi.org/10.52214/cjrl.v12i1.9925