Playing Children's Rights: Silent Voices
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- CPS and Child Drugging
- DHS: "Children will die... in Foster Care"
- 'Ignorance And Apathy Let Abuse Flourish'
- Foster care lawsuit ends after 15 years
- A Stain on the Brain - the David Owen Story
- Ex-foster child testifies in Mass. class action
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Explores the plight of abused and neglected children in the custody of America's failing child welfare systems -- and how Children's Rights fights to reform those systems and improve the lives of children across the nation.
Directed by Bill Goins, GoShow Entertainment
In this video, child advocates discuss the over-medication of foster children, the importance of child safety, and the rights of children. One suggests litigation, in the form of class-action lawsuits against child welfare systems, to achieve improvement in-care.
Children's Rights is a national watchdog organization advocating the needs of abused and neglected children, while still supporting domestic adoption as a means to provide permanant loving families for abandoned children.
According to CR's website, Children’s Rights has won landmark legal victories improving child welfare systems in Connecticut, the District of Columbia, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Wisconsin. More can be found here: http://www.childrensrights.org/reform-campaigns/phases-of-reform/