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In the turbulent 1960s, a renegade Capuchin friar set out to end the foster-care-to-prison pipeline. His actions inspired a community, sparked a movement and built an enduring grassroots organization. For over fifty years, the Downey Side adoption agency has been rescuing our neediest children from the nation's blighted foster care system.

This David versus Goliath story co
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Hardcover, 98 pages
Published June 27th 2019 by Downey Side
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