In this blog resource from Family Voices United, Birth Parent National Network Member Corey Best reflects on how racism shows up in child welfare and presents questions that child welfare leaders and workforce members can ask themselves to examine their role so that "[we can] heal and eventually eliminate systemic barriers; focus on the distribution of resources that support families and create new systems and policies and practices that hold our workforce accountable to fair, equitable and just treatment." 

View Corey's blog here