Show: The Imprint Weekly

SafeCamp Spotlights: April Dinwoodie of Born in June, Raised in April

On this week’s episode we discuss a slate of recent court decisions over gender-affirming care for minors; Arizona moves to protect Social Security benefits for foster youth; big data breaches involving youth in the system; and California closes state-run juvenile prisons for good.

We begin our summer series SafeCamp Spotlights, where we’ll talk to hosts from all of the great shows featured on the SafeCamp Audio podcast network. Up first: April Dinwoodie, host of Born in June, Raised in April.

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Federal Judges in Kentucky and Tennessee Block Portions of Transgender Youth Care Bans

Federal Judge Strikes Down Arkansas’ Ban on Gender-Affirming Treatment for Trans Youth

Arizona Becomes First State to Stop Agencies From Taking Foster Children’s Federal Benefits

Foster Advocates Critical of MN Department of Education’s Handling of Data Breach

Lutheran Social Services of Illinois Announces Data Breach Affecting Over 150k Individuals

The Darkest Part of the Tunnel: Nell Bernstein reports on how California’s youth prisons got shut down, and what comes next as county juvenile justice systems take over.

California Invests in Education for Incarcerated Youth

Top Child Welfare Official Contreras Leaving Biden Administration

Bill to Protect Disabled Parents Involved with Child Welfare System Introduced
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