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July 23rd, 2010
06:15 AM ET

Life after foster care

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CNN’s Tony Harris interviews Randy and Jermaine Jackson, spokespersons for Children Uniting Nations and its founder Daphna Ziman.  Children Uniting Nations, a non profit organization, helps teens once they become 18 years old and leave foster care tranistion into the rest of society.

soundoff (3 Responses)
  1. Jon Edwards

    You are awesome Daphna! You present the mandate and goals of your work so eloquently and are very beautiful to see on camera as in real life!

    July 24, 2010 at 11:46 am |
  2. Mrs. Eileen G. Curras widow to Hernandez (WWII)

    It is great that Randy and Jermaine Jackson, have chosen Children Uniting Nations and its founder Daphna Ziman. Children need help and with this economy we need more resources to help teens tranistion into society guarding them.

    July 24, 2010 at 12:10 pm |
  3. Children Uniting Nations

    Thank you to Daphna Ziman, Jermaine and Randy Jackson and the Jackson Family of all your support of Children Uniting Nations and our efforts to aid foster care and at-risk youth! Many thanks to Carla as well for sharing your story. You are all inspirational, and we are so happy to have you backing the cause. You are making the difference, and we appreciate you!

    July 27, 2010 at 9:58 pm |