How a new type of broker aims to save black families

The first time Margo Santana met a person she would describe as a cultural broker was the early 1990s when her family was confronting a crisis: three of her nephews were heading to foster care.

Santana got a call from a man named Derrell Roberts, then a family advocate at Fr. Keith B. Kenny Elementary School, she said, and although they had never met, he told her: “We need to sit down as a family before CPS comes, and let’s try to…

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