Note From The Author


Note From The Author: Children Of African Descent Cultural Bias Fuel Foster Care System

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What counts is your spirit, not brain or blood. Matter is just an illusion to what is real. Just, because we bleed red does not mean we are the same. The human race is deeper than that.

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The methods of suppressing free speech and the methods of censoring are very different. Suppression of free speech tends to occur through political or legal means. Someone is thrown in jail for criticizing the government, and the police exert their power to remove the controversial content from the Internet. or having your childr/en taken into care and  retained custody.

UNITED KINGDOM – Children of African decent make up the population of British foster care children.

I am of African origin and British by birth, culture and experience …Regardless of the fact that October is officially regarded as African History Month in the UK, the history, culture and people of Africa, is something that should be celebrated every day of the year. Other races celebrate who they are so why can’t we?

If You Celebrate Black History Month You Really DON’T Care About Black History At All?

While foster care deeply damaged Goldie, it also introduced him to breakdancing and the urban scene that he would eventually thrive in. 

Being labelled “black” doesn’t identify with the color of a person skins exclusively. The way you are viewed and treated by the world is the only concern.

In a paper, the NABSW equated the removal of African American children from their families of origin—and their placement in White homes—with “cultural genocide.”

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Removed by people who have no respect for their identity or their Cultural background.

The myth is that African children are NOT taken into care or die whilst in care. 

IN THE MATTER OF MINOR G (a Child) in the Royal Court of Justice.

Neutral Citation Number 2010 EWCA Civ 156 Case No B4 2009 1728 MINOR G

Neutral Citation Number 2010 EWCA Civ 156 Case No B4 2009 1728 MINOR G

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Much of the attention of the last 40 years has focused on individual racist behavior. However, just as individuals can act in racist ways, so can institutions.

Institutions can behave in ways that are overtly racist (i.e., specifically excluding people-of-color from services) or inherently racist (i.e., adopting policies that while not specifically directed at excluding people-of-color, nevertheless result in their exclusion).

Therefore, institutions can respond to people-of-color and whites differently. Institutional behavior can injure people-of-color; and, when it does, it is nonetheless racist in outcome if not in intent.

Incentives And Cultural Bias Fuel Foster System

The law was passed in 1978 in response to a century-long practice of forcing Native American children into harsh and often abusive boarding schools where they lost contact with their culture, traditions, language and families.

Except now a generation of children is once again losing its connection to its culture. This time it’s through state-run foster care.

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“Racist”  and “racism” are descriptive words of a reality that cannot be denied. 

By Ngozi Godwell 11 May 2010 at 14:32

We all have some form of prejudice towards something or the other. This is human nature. To define “racism” as a form of “mental illness”, is a simplistic approach, which distracts from the real issue [no offence intended]. Followed by, that indeed all human beings have some form of mental illness.

This is not what “racism” is about.” Racism” is about a lack of knowledge and understanding, about a particular culture, or a group of people, and the person/s are happy with their lack of knowledge and understanding. It mainly has to do about power over a particular group of people. This, of course leads to “ignorance”. “Racism” is about “ignorance“.

“Racism” is not a colour issue, it is a culture issue. For example the Polish are subjected to “Racism” and this particular group of people are white.

You see “ignorance” is not always intended and for this reason, “racism” should not be labelled as a form of “mental illness”. It is a form of lack of education!!

I maybe wrong.

TOWARDCHANGE ACTIVIST 4 CHILDREN AND FAMILIES – Ngozi A. Godwell

 

“We ought to think that we are one of the leaves of a tree, and the tree is all humanity. We cannot live without the others, without the tree.” — Pablo Casals

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His Honour JUDGE RUMBELOW QC

IN THE NORTHAMPTON COUNTY COURT His Honour Arthur Anthony JUDGE RUMBELOW QC  A Circuit Court Judge Assigned to the Northern Circuit.

CASE NUMBER NN13P00882

NGOZI ANGELINE GODWELL  APPLICANT

VS. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LOCAL AUTHORITY  RESPONDENT

First Hearing on Friday 29th November 2013

Final Hearing On Wednesday 16th April 2014

via His Honour Judge Arthur Anthony Rumbelow, QC.

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Ex-judge Ciavarella gets 28 years in children for cash case

 
 

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I believe that keeping silent when an injustice is taking place is condoning it.

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Your ‘Family Rights’ believing in the best interest of children. The issues which are important to me are, children and their families, the injustices to parents, which may occur, because of inadequate information, mistakes or corruption. This is happening every day. every minute and every second. For years I have campaigned for the rights of children and their voices to be heard.
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