“So what that means for children’s homes is that kids come in and kids are returned to family very quickly, …
because we would love to see them come and sort of plant their roots, and it’s not that we wouldn’t want to see them go back to their biological family when that’s possible,” she said.
Ricardo Lazo, director of a government-operated children’s home in the capital city of San Salvador, said if CONNA determines a child should return to their family and the child objects, that’s when CONNA matches them up with a judge.
Caraza is an internationally recognized poet and short-story writer who teaches in the Foreign Language Department at UMKC.
She was one of about twenty writers – and the only one from the United States – invited to participate in the Segundo Festival Internacional de Poesia de Occidente (the Second International Festival of Poetry of the West) in El Salvador in August.
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