Katrina White remembers just how determined her parents were to see her, and all her siblings, go to college. That never happened.

She lost her father when she was nine years older. Then, she lost her mother, too, in 2013. After living initially with an older sister, White spent most of the next seven years in group homes throughout Southern California.

She said it had never occurred to her that she would end up in foster care: “I didn’t even know what foster care was.”


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