Foster Youths Re-Writing their Past

“When you go through the system, you train yourself not to remember your life, so I only remember my life from second grade on.” — Sade, former foster youth.
Sade and her siblings officially went into the system when she was 13. Her mother was a drug addict and physically abusive. That’s all Sade knew. Anger and rage become the words that identified her.

Full Story @ http://sjs.li/1wBNed2
#FosterCare, #JuvenileJustice, #Latest, #YouthDevelopment

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