Adoptee and Bed-Stuy resident LaToya Lennard, left, was

Adoptee and Bed-Stuy resident LaToya Lennard, left, was separated from her little sister Jaylin, right, for almost eight years. She went to court to win the right to see her and wound up changing New York State law so that other foster kids and adoptees will be guaranteed the right of contact with their siblings when placed in different homes. (Credit: LaToya Lennard)

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