Join the Arizona Center for Law in the Public Interest for a free private screening of They Have Names, a full-length documentary by The Arizona Republic, Dec. 18 at The Nash, 110 E. Roosevelt Street in Phoenix. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the film starts at 7:00 p.m., followed by a discussion including the Center’s lawyers and the movie’s directors.
Foster care Arizona is in urgent need of reform. Through spotlighting the stories of five individuals navigating this complex system, this important film explores why change is so deeply needed in Arizona’s child-welfare system.
ACPLI has been fighting on behalf of these individuals in federal court. We can no longer tolerate a system that fails to meet the basic physical, mental and behavioral health needs of children in the State’s custody. Join us to learn more about Arizona’s broken foster care system, our work to hold state agencies accountable to our most vulnerable youth and what you can do to help.