The Day I Picked My Parents

A&E Programming and Online Resources
The Day I Picked My Parents
Premieres Sunday, September 8th at 10am/9c
The Day I Picked My Parents is a five-hour documentary series that follows ten foster children who are part of a revolutionary program operated
by the nonprofit organization Kidsave in California, as they search to find their forever home. For the first time in their lives, they will have input into their own destiny as they decide where they want to live and who will be their family. Kidsave partners with Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services to turn the adoption process on its head. Through a pioneering program Kidsave developed, kids who have been in
foster care for much of their lives are being asked what they want, how
they want to live and are given the power to picking their own parents.
Join the Conversation and Learn More:
Follow these handles leading up to the premiere of the series on September 8th. 
Hashtag: #DayIPickedMyParentsFacebook: @AETV and @Kidsave_intlInstagram: @AETV and @KidsaveWebsite:
Curriculum Links: 
The Day I Picked My Parents would be a great fit for a range of classes including social studies, media and current events. It would be useful to show or discuss during after-school programs and events. This series offers an excellent opportunity for students and general audiences to discuss and the adoption process and the unique programs of Kidsave. It is a great series for multiple generations of family members to watch together. It is appropriate for upper middle school students and above.

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