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On this Black History Month episode, Sammy and Josh welcome back past guests Denise and Priscilla. The conversation begins with the meaning of the term ‘Black’ and the impact on young people in the social service system. The discussion then turns to issues the Black community faces in the child welfare system. There is also talk around how the system needs to move away from a cultural competence framework, and the need for better ways to understand the different culture perceptive. An interesting point was made that the term ‘neglect’ needs to be redefined to better fit different cultures. It was stressed that public services and policy makers needs to take into consideration the day-to-day experiences of communities that policy impacts.
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C2Y Podcast: Discussions on Child and Youth Care. (2016, February 10). Being Black in Care – A Conversation with Denise and Priscilla from the Hairstory Project. Retrieved from http://www.c2ypodcast.org/e/being-black-in-care-a-conversation-with-denise-and-priscilla-from-the-hairstory-project/
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