Judge Sheila Calloway: America's Culture of Child Abuse Pt. 3
April is National Child Abuse Prevention month. For the entire month of April, co-hosts Ingrid Cockhren and Mathew Portell will examine America's history of child abuse and neglect and outline how this history connects to our current child abuse crisis. In part three of this series of episodes dedicated to the systemic nature of child abuse and neglect in America, Ingrid and Mathew will discuss the different layers of influence embedded within our society that create the conditions for abuse and neglect to fester. The focus will be on institutional-level influences. This week's guest is Judge Sheila Calloway, a pioneer in trauma-informed juvenile justice. This discussion will include the influence of school environments, racist policies, housing discrimination, community violence, poverty, juvenile justice, the school-to-prison pipeline, the child welfare system, etc. Ingrid, Mathew and guest will also outline how PACEs science can be applied to both address and prevent child abuse and neglect.
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