The youth-written stories in Represent give inspiration and information to teens in foster care while offering staff insight into those teens’ struggles.

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SEL: Self-awareness SEL: Self-management

abortion abstinence activism addiction adoption africa african-americans aging out of care aids and hiv alcoholism alternative schools anger anxiety arab-americans & muslims arts/culture asian-americans

birth control birth family body image books bullying

caribbean-americans changing foster placements child abuse civic participation college admissions college financial aid college life conflict resolution consumerism crime cutting

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dating death depression disabilities diversity and cultural competence divorce domestic violence dropouts drug abuse drug dealing drug rehab

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families family court fashion fathers feminism food/nutrition former foster children foster care system foster homes foster parents friends friends

gangs gay/lesbian gender issues girls' issues graffiti group home staff group homes guidance counseling

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health homelessness housing housing

identity immigrant issues incarcerated parents independent living internet

journalism juvenile justice

kinship care

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latinos legal rights legal rights

masculinity media & pop culture mental health mentors minorities in college money mothers movies/television music

native americans neglect neighborhoods new york city

parents peer counseling/education peer pressure pets police politics poverty private schools

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race and ethnicity rape religion resilience runaways

school science self-help separation from family sex & relationships sex education sexual abuse sexual abuse
sexual harassment siblings smoking social workers special education sports and recreation stds stereotypes stigma stress suicide

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