“If the Parents Are Okay, the Children Are Okay”

The Children Thrive Action Network (CTAN), along with seven partners and one independent researcher, held listening sessions across the country to learn about the concerns, desires, and challenges of immigrant parents and youth. The resulting report focuses on the findings of these nine sessions, sharing the voices of the 71 participants; their experiences and thoughts; and the issues they think should be CTAN’s focus. CTAN, which is co-led by CLASP, will incorporate these findings into its advocacy plan alongside consideration of the network’s strengths and the context of the greater immigration movement.

Read the report here.