This discussion identifies the statistical realities resulting from institutionalized racism and foregrounding the challenges to ensuring the welfare of Black children. It then identifies specific instances where policy and law makers should reconsider rules and objectives, while keeping in mind the ultimate effects imposed on children and their family systems of support.
Zanita E. Fenton,
Colorblind Must Not Mean Blind to the Realities Facing Black Children,
B.C. Third World L.J.