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Issue #9
IMMIGRATION

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Raising Children in a New Country
Immigrant parents who are investigated by the child welfare system often need extra help understanding their rights and getting proper services. They may not speak English, understand American laws or customs, or fear accessing services to keep their children safe at home.
In this issue, immigrant parents write about protecting and strengthening their families while struggling to understand an unfamiliar system and culture.

Stories in Spanish
The stories in this issue of Rise were originally written in Spanish. To read the full versions of these stories in Spanish, visit this page.

Far From Home
I needed help that my family couldn’t give me.
Read this story in Spanish

No More ‘Mother’s Helper’
I want my daughter to have the childhood I couldn’t enjoy.
Read this story in Spanish

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