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The trial of cotton worker Tom Robinson, who was accused of raping nineteen year old Mayella Ewell back in November, has begun. Robinson was arrested on November 21 after Mayella identified him as her attacker. The accused worked for Mr. Link Deas and is married with three children. None of the other Ewell children nor their father were home at the time.
Contemporary outlooks on child abuse can be traced to the early 1960s, when developments in radiological equipment made it easier for physicians to detect any sorts of maltreatment. But oftentimes parents who mistreat their kids do not go to physicians, rather they just cover up signs of abuse in the comfort of their home. That was the case of Dennis Jurgens, a three year old boy who was abused and murdered by his adopted parents in White Bear Lake Minnesota in 1965. Since the discovery of this case, the course of adoption process, child safety and security, and people’s attitude towards child abuse has changed to some degree. Interfering in other people’s family affair was seen as rude and inappropriate.
A frustrated community, mislead stories, and a phony mother brought to the courtroom in 2008, as a mother was being charged. Casey Anthony, the mother of Caylee, was accused of being responsible for the disappearance and death of her daughter. Caylee had been missing for weeks, before it was reported. The Casey Anthony case was significant to America because it showed our society the careless actions of one mother through the unreliable stories, falsely made reports and evidence that wasn’t thoroughly investigated. This trial was significant to America because it showed our society the careless actions of a mother, and how her choices got her to where she is today.
The Case to End Child Abuse Child abuse has increasingly become the fight to preserve childhood innocence and to prevent future generations from experiencing the effects of it. In the article “Panel: Texas Should Spend More- and shrewdly- to Prevent Child Abuse” by Robert T. Garrett, the audience acknowledges and considers the constant urge to reduce fatalities from maltreatment by allowing the enforcement of stringent laws in Texas. Garrett imposes that there are machinations that can enhance the process to eliminate child abuse that result in funding successful prevention programs. Garrett urges this by asserting “to reduce some parents’ risky behaviors…the state should join private foundations.”
The adult adoptees suffer from a loss of cultural identity, loneliness, confusion, low self esteem, and feelings of shame, etc. Many of the adoptees learned about their true heritage later in life, since birth records could not be opened unless both the child and parent consented. This caused emotional distress and frustration in the adoptees. Some of the adoptees were placed in homes with loving and supporting families, but they “could not provide culturally specific education and experiences essential to the creation of healthy, Indigenous identities”. Some of the adoptees reported getting physically, sexually, or other types of abuse.
As I watched the documentary “Road Beyond Abuse,” I experienced a whirlwind of emotions. From disgusted and disappointed to impressed and joyful, I felt it all. It truly disturbed me to hear about the experiences both Michael McCain and Johnnetta McSwain endured. I was disgusted that no one protected these innocent children from being verbally abused, beaten, raped, and left to fend for themselves. It was shocking to hear that these children withstood this amount of abuse from their family members until they were teenagers.
Tie to the audience: Some of the children that are in foster care might be related to you or the child could be someone that you know like a friend’s child. C. Thesis and Preview: Consequently, we need to do something to make adoption easier and better not only in the United States, but all over the world. Today I will give you a few solutions to fix the foster care system. I’ll begin by telling you about the need to improve foster care. II.
The foster care system is successful in helping these children have an equal opportunity and a chance for a “normal life”. Foster care requires protection and the service to children to give them the best family and provide the wellbeing of the child. By removing a child from their given home and into safe facilities, it can give them the necessary resources to grow and adapt. Indeed, a foster parent can learn to love a child as if they were their own and provide for them just as a parent should. In a news report, “Love revealed in brokenness,” a foster mother explains how she fought a biological mother in court to win custody of her future foster child.
Every year, more than 100,000 children in foster care are available for adoption according to Children’s Action Network. Foster care is a temporary living situation for children whose parents are unable, unwilling, or unfit to care for them. Minors whose need for care has come to the attention, are placed with a state certified caregiver which is arranged through the government or a social service agency. The primary goal of foster care is to reunite children with their parents. With the history and known statistics, this many children entering the system every year, finding the right care becomes increasingly difficult.
There are bountiful acts of cruel abuse that cannot be exposed and combated, but there could be hope within Michael’s case. The editor believes, “A case like Michael Fay’s is important because it provides a chance to challenge an inhumane practice that out to not exist anywhere” (TNYT 179). Michael Fay’s case can influence a propagation to end the savage punishment of caning. Traditions can be modified; change is how we make the world a better place. As the editorial states, “At times like this, Americans need to remember that this country was also founded by dissidents--by people who were misfits in their own society because they believed, among other things, that it was wrong to punish pilferage with hanging or crimes of any sort with torture” (TNYT 179).
This book raised awareness to authorities on the kind of treatment happening and proposed a change for foster institutions and homes to be monitored. The story began by Ms. Rita, Jennings’s mom, walking Jennings to an orphanage called Home of the Angels. My initial reactions after reading the first chapter was how a mother could just leave her kid with anybody. The book immediately gained my
Of children Adoption in Russia Investigative committee. After the inspection an criminal case based on evidence of the crime by the Article. "The Powerful people should be on the side of the trafficking survivor in the United States." - Vandenberg. "The Russia Investigative committee directorate for the Northwestern Federal district has held a procedural check of information regarding the transfer of Adopted Russian children to families and violations of their nights, which were revealed.
For instance, when evaluating one’s individual liberty over international or domestic adoption, they should critically analyze and relate to the “harm principle”. Mill would argue that adopting from rural provinces in China that have lower health standards than one’s own country, the United States, would do less harm because the orphanages in China would provide inadequate care/more harm in comparison to orphanages in the States. This example serves as his guideline over the legal limits of whether the government should only allow international
Dating back to the 1930's this has been a major issue due to the increase of future adoptive parents interested in adopting from a foreign country. Stating both sides of the controversy, main ideas shared and how they both have valuable points. Supporters explain how kids deserve a healthy lifestyle, hope for a better future and have proof of the bad condition these orphanages are in which are not suitable for children. On the other hand, opponents argue about the dangers of international adoption and how it plays a big part in child trafficking and minor exploitation. Critics also talk about the quality of life, but this time referring to culture, and lastly they touch on the fact that there are so very many kids waiting to be adopted in the U.S.