Kenyaspeaks is the dedicated to CHILDREN of COLOR and their caretakers who are TWISTED AND TANGLED in state laws which KIDNAP CHILDREN, do not protect families, and have made children of color suffer through educational negligence, false information, physical brutality, and more.
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"The Child Terror" featured on PBS Frontline details the involvement of the U.S. Government with emphasis on Janet Reno's role during a surge of child abuse prosecutions in the late 80's and 90's.

 The following are some good links that cover families and CPS (Child Protective Services) l 

Precedence in child abuse cases in Missouri

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  Children of Color Abused by the System

Adoption and Color

Waiting:  Black Children and Adoption

Missing Black Children USA

Are Black Children Being Treated Differently

Equal Child Abuse:  Education System which Abuses Black Children

Google Search "black children abused by the government"

Inst. on Domestic Violence in the African American Community

Latino Alliance (Alianza)

Asian & Pacific Islander on DV

White Welfare Workers and Black Children

Family Rights & Child Abuse Links

Assaulted by CPS

Victims of Child Abuse Laws (VOCAL)

American Family Rights Assn. (AFRA)

Don't Take Our Kids..Horror Stories when Children have been Removed from the Home

Families At Risk

Victims of Child Abuse Laws (VOCAL)

National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse

Child Protection Reform

Child Advocacy

Join Hands 

100 Links for Families & Children

Nazis and CPS


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