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This week's guest is Kathern Oliphant who will be discussing why children need a voice . Unfortunately, children are forgotten in the path of devastation that their parents choose to take, which leads to incarceration for them, and then institutionalization for both the parents and the children. Then society steps in with the judicial system and Child Protective Services, foster homes, just to name a few. The suffering children are exposed to ridicule by their peers, they loose the only support system they knew (i.e., their parents) and they are left to fend for themselves. Without the proper skills, with overall inexperience in life as young people, they are forced to grow up fast. Lacking guidance, direction, and wisdom. They don't have the opportunity to voice their own position, neither the ability to do so if given the opportunity. They are left alone and silenced. And they suffer. There needs to be a solution. Children need a voice.
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