The Stealing of Black Children
Adoption and foster care has become a profitable business, and black families are the main victims of government fraud and corruption. Black families lose over a hundred thousand kids to foster care and adoption, and no one seems to care because law officials and judges have their stake in the corruption. One hundred thousand poor black, white and Hispanic Americans lose their parental rights to their children because of unjust laws that efface their efforts of reunification. Can you imagine a family given a contract to be reunified with their children, then have the agency or court decide another 'strange' family is more suitable for the child rearing instead of its biological parents? Every month, thousands of parents are losing their rights to their children, to agencies that favor adoption over the home of biological parents. Black families are losing their value because there are too many calamities that peril their significance of raising children. We need to start protecting our children from the corruption and racism of the American government that are implementing policies that are auctioning black children off to the highest bidder or NEW slave owner.
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by Raymond Sturgis
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by on October 27, 2016
- Createspace/STURGIS PUBLICATIONS, September 2012
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