Jamarr’s Promise is the shocking personal memoir of social worker Kristin I. Morris’ fight to protect a nine-year-old child, Jamarr Cruz, that ended in his tragic murder and New Jersey’s Division of Youth and Family Services (DYFS)’s denial of its responsibility in the case. Through its exposure of the events leading up to Jamarr's death, and the subsequent cover-up, readers will experience the true horror of the inner workings of the DYFS. The authors' goal is to end corrupt loyalties in New Jersey’s DYFS, to protect children from Jamarr’s fate, and to promote child welfare. It is a call for justice for Kristin Morris, who did the right thing and was punished unjustly for it.
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A foster parent in NJ
As a foster mom this book was even more of an eye opener for things I had already known.
WHEN WILL THE CHILDREN COME FIRST?
Sadly, Not even in death!
Suits will always come out on top.