Tony Hynes, Center for Adoption Support (CASE) | Fostering Change Episode 143

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In this week’s episode of Fostering Change,  Rob Scheer talks with Tony Hynes. Tony is an adoptee, former foster youth, author of “The Son with Two Moms:, Training Specialist at the Center for Adoption Support and Education, and PH.D. Candidate studying the well-being of adult interracial adoptees. Rob and Tony discuss The importance of discussing Intersectionality in adoptive/foster care communities, and how to empower adoptees/foster communities through the life-course.

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Story Key Notes:

  • The Son With Two Moms
  • The Importance of Discussing Intersectionality in Adoptive/Fostered Care Communities
  • How to Empower Adoptees/Foster Communities Through the Life-Course
  • Why It’s Important Not to Understand That Every Adoptee/Foster Story Is Unique
  • Why Its Important to Talk About Race in Adoptive/Fostered Households
  • How My Experiences and Research Impact My Views on the Child Welfare System as a Whole, and on Our Nation’s History

You can find out more about Tony by visiting:

Website: Anthony Hynes – C.A.S.E. – Nurture, Inspire, Empower (adoptionsupport.org)

Instagram: @Tony_hy (Tony Hynes)

Facebook: Tony Hynes
Learn more at https://www.comfortcases.org/