In Minnesota, ‘Lifebooks’ Create Personal Archives for Young People in Out-of-Home Care

“Adoption and foster care can leave young people of color feeling distant from their kin and communities, in households that may not look like them, speak their language, or share their culture. Power of Story, a Minneapolis-based nonprofit, works to preserve the personal histories of young people who have experienced out-of-home care.”

Read Imprint Article

Thank you to Farrah Mina of Imprint News and the Sahan Journal for featuring the importance of Lifebooks, Arnisia Coleman, Elliott Odendahl, Alisa Matheson and the work of Power of Story.  The same article will also be posted in this months edition of Fostering Families Today.

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