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Latest Episodes

  • My Journal: Am I Afraid to Address Racism Publicly?

    The Proximity Process

    This episode is a follow up to the previous journal episode, Am I Biased? One of our ambitions with this show is to build community and engage the community in a conversation. So, the series of episodes about termination of parental rights led to some feedback that prompted the episode about my biases. And that episode prompted past guest Corey Best to send me a journal prompt that I used for this episode. I do have fears about addressing racism publicly, and I believe that I need to have conversations about racism in public. My hope with all of these episodes is that by sharing a little bit of my own vulnerability it can normalize conversations that often feel difficult.
  • Perspectives on the Future of Foster Care with Serita Cox

    The Imprint Weekly

    For the past three years, iFoster has been conducting the Voice of the Foster Care Community survey to gather perspective on the system from current and former foster youth, caregivers and the child welfare workforce. iFoster CEO Serita Cox joins the podcast to discuss this year’s findings, which focused on gauging attitudes about solutions to some of the challenges surfaced in earlier surveys.
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From the Archive

  • A History of Parental Rights, with Stephen Krason

    The EPPiC Broadcast

    This week, we talk with Stephen Krason, Professor of Political Science and Legal Studies at the Franciscan University of Steubenville, and Parental Rights Foundation board member. Stephen tells us about the historical background of parental rights, and why we have the parental rights laws that we have today. He also explains the legal underpinnings of […]
  • Education Is Around Us Every Day

    Resilient Voices & Beyond

    “Education is around us every day, providing us with opportunity…Be wise enough to see it, take action, and live out your wildest dream.” In this episode, I had the great pleasure of talking with Shanell Lavallie about her story and journey to being an educator and more…
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SafeCamp Shows

  • Community In-Site

    Thriving Families, Safer Children

    Community In-site is a podcast about the growing movement for family well-being. Hosts Tecoria Jones and Elliot Hinkle bring their lived expertise with the child welfare system as well as their professional insights to each episode.
    • Child Welfare
    • Family
  • InnerViews podcast

    InnerViews: A Podcast from Youth Voices Rising

    SafeCamp Audio

    InnerViews is not just a podcast; it’s an intimate exploration led by Ivory Bennett, a seasoned professional with 17 years of lived foster care experience. Each episode is a deep dive into topics surrounding trauma, mental and emotional health, well-being, and the unique challenges faced by Black women in the realm of healing.
    • Child Welfare
  • Self-Taught podcast for foster youth

    Self-Taught: Former Foster Youth on Sex, Health, and Life

    The Reproductive Health Equity Project at the National Center for Youth Law

    Welcome to Self-Taught: Former Foster Youth on Sex, Health, and Life, a podcast from foster youth for foster youth. In foster care systems, there aren’t always people to answer your big questions or open up to concerning sensitive topics. That’s why we’re bringing these conversations to you! Hosts and guests discuss puberty, relationships, sexual health, […]
    • Foster Care
    • Healthcare
    • Transition-age Youth
  • The Proximity Process

    Fourteenth Street Studios

    This is a show about how child welfare transformation actually starts with personal transformation. Follow Matt Anderson, a former child welfare executive with 20 years of experience, as he goes deeper into his own process of becoming who he needs to be. Matt has conversations with creative disruptors who help us see how systems can harm and oppress people. Each episode is an invitation to go deeper into your own process of being in service of people rather than systems.
    • Child Welfare
  • Born in June Raised in April Podcast

    Born In June, Raised In April: What Adoption Can Teach the World

    April Dinwoodie

    Nationally recognized thought leader, April Dinwoodie, hosts a personal journey while exploring her adoption experience.
    • Adoption
  • How Is That Legal?: Breaking Down Systemic Racism One Law at a Time

    Community Legal Services of Philadelphia

    Kee Tobar and expert guests break down examples of systemic racism in the law and policy. By the end of each episode, you’ll understand the forces behind everyday injustices that make us ask, “How in the world is that legal?”
    • Law & Policy
    • Racial Justice
  • Resilient Voices & Beyond


    Through our podcast, Resilient Voices and Beyond, we strive to educate our listeners on reforms, advocacy, policies, prevention, foster care, adoption, kinship, CCIs, JJ, and the child welfare system, while challenging and breaking away from the stigmas and labels surrounding these topics.
    • Child Welfare
    • Foster Care
    • Law & Policy
    • Transition-age Youth
  • The EPPiC Broadcast

    Parental Rights Foundation

    Welcome to the EPPiC Broadcast: Empowering Parents and Protecting Children. Featuring personal stories, breaking news, and insightful commentary, we’ll encourage and inform you on the issue of family and parental rights as you guide and protect that child who is your world.
    • Parental Rights
  • Audio Nuggets

    Mining for Gold

    Audio Nuggets is the Mining For Gold cypher, where we are expressive, independent, and a bit impatient as we struggle for even a taste of justice. It is a place where paradox is visible. Where often two things can be and are true at once. The edges of society exist as protection for some, simultaneously evoking expression.
    • Child Welfare
    • Law & Policy
    • Racial Justice
  • Gray Area

    Voices of Monterey Bay

    We make documentaries for your ears. We tell the stories of people who are trying to get beyond labels of right and wrong or good and evil to get to something even bigger: redemption. Gray Area deals with some pretty heavy stuff, but it also lightens up when you least expect it. As our co-producer Mara Reynolds says, it’ll make you cry — but in a good way.
    • Justice
  • Unbelievably Resilient

    Institute for Family & Unbelieveably Resilient

    On the Unbelievably Resilient podcast, alumni of foster care offer a safe space to commune, laugh, and share stories of resilience.
    • Child Welfare
    • Foster Care
  • The Children’s Law Podcast

    True North Child Advocates

    Welcome to the Children’s Law Podcast brought to you by True North Child Advocates. Our goal is to empower children’s lawyers to help abused and neglected children get home faster.
    • Child Welfare
    • Foster Care
    • Law & Policy
  • The Imprint Weekly

    The Imprint

    The Imprint Weekly Podcast offers listeners a regular review of news and trends in America’s child welfare and juvenile justice systems, along with other critical services for youth and families.
    • Child Welfare
    • Law & Policy