Legally Kidnapped

Shattering Your Child Welfare Delusions Since 2007

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Foster Mothers Challenge Philadelphia’s ‘Discriminatory’ Adoption Agenda

Two Philadelphia foster mothers are asking the Supreme Court to defend religious adoption agencies from a city policy that would declare them discriminatory and shut them down.

Sharonell Fulton, who has fostered more than 40 children through Catholic Social Services (CSS), and Toni Simms-Busch, a former social worker, want the Court to overturn a Philadelphia policy that targets religious groups for holding traditional views of marriage. Philadelphia currently has 6,000 children in foster care, but the regulation would shutter some of the longest-serving adoption agencies in the city.

More >> Foster Mothers Challenge Philadelphia’s ‘Discriminatory’ Adoption Agenda

No comments:

Post a Comment

Guess what

It Could Happen To You