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November 14, 2018—Entangled Roots: The Role of Race in Policies that Separate Families

New Report Examines the Intersection of Systemic Racism and Family Separation in Public Systems


October 31, 2018—Ending Birthright Citizenship is Morally Wrong

A Statement from the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP)


October 25, 2018—Trans Rights Are Human Rights

A Statement from the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP)


September 12, 2018—New Census Data Reveal that Many Struggle in a Strong Economy, Despite Modest Wage Gains

A Statement from the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP)


July 18, 2018—Monitoring Report on Child Welfare Progress Issued Under the Charlie and Nadine H v. Christie Sustainability and Exit Plan

The New Jersey Department of Families and Children has made improvements in serving children and families. They are documented in this status report under the Sustainability and Exit Plan of the lawsuit Charlie and Nadine H. v. Christie.


June 19 2018—Zero Tolerance Immigration Policy is a Cruel and Immoral Human Rights Violation

A Statement from the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP)


April 24, 2018—Local Communities to Prioritize a Strong Start for Babies and Toddlers

Leading National Groups Announce Selection of Communities across the Country to Focus on Healthy Beginnings, Supported Families and Quality Child Care from Birth to Age 3


February 16, 2018—Keeping Families Together: Family First Prevention Services Act (FFPSA) Aligns Financing with Child Wellbeing

Congress recently passed the Family First Prevention Services Act (FFPSA), marking a step forward for child welfare financing reform.


January 11, 2018—Monitoring Report on Child Welfare Progress Issued Under the Charlie and Nadine H v. Christie Sustainability and Exit Plan

The New Jersey Department of Families and Children has made improvements in serving children and families. They are documented in this status report under the Sustainability and Exit Plan of the lawsuit Charlie and Nadine H. v. Christie.