Show: The Imprint Weekly

Digital Artist Karl Wyatt on Foster Care, NFTs and The Blockchain

We discuss what’s in the $1.5 trillion federal spending deal for youth and families, a court challenge to Canada’s new Indigenous child welfare law, and Colorado seeking to “raise the floor” for juvenile justice.

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Digital artist and poet Karl Wyatt joined the podcast and talked about his own experience as a youth in foster care, his more recent adventure as a foster parent, and took us into the world of NFTs and how that technology might have value in child welfare. 

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“When 911 Isn’t Your Only Option,” brought to you by Fostering Families Today Register for free: What’s in the 2022 Federal Spending Deal for Children and Families Ottawa backs Indigenous child welfare law after Quebec court declares parts of it unconstitutional Ottawa appeals Quebec court decision finding parts of Indigenous child welfare law unconstitutional “Decolonization Is Only The Beginning”: Indigenous Child Welfare in Canada Colorado Considers a Raise the Age Youth Justice Bill Humanitarian Support in Ukraine Should Prioritize Children Without Stability This is Not How You Fix Things: Testimony from A Transgender Teen in Texas The Orphan’s Plea NFT Collection, by Karl Wyatt
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