A Descriptive Study of Ten Negro Adoptive Couples Who Have Rejected One or More Children Offered to Them
On March 3, 1950, Governor Dewey appointed the New York State Citizen's Committee of One Hundred for Children and Youth. It was widely representative of the people of the State, and its study was one of the most exhaustive of its kind ever undertaken in the State. Various sections were organized to examine the different services for children and youth in New York State. One of these sections was concerned with children needing care away from home, and such care as offered by adoption.
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Gentile, Angela Marie, "A Descriptive Study of Ten Negro Adoptive Couples Who Have Rejected One or More Children Offered to Them" (1954). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI30613202.