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Stoneleigh Executive Director Cathy Weiss and Fellow Kathleen Creamer wrote letters to the editor in reaction to stories in the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News, respectively.
The Legal Intelligencer quoted Kathleen Creamer as she spoke on parenting rights with incarcerated women at the Philadelphia Prison System's Riverside Correctional Facility on July 6, 2011.
Christine Trinkl Dougherty contributed to the effort of several advocacy groups to bring about changes to court rules regarding the health of children in fostecare.   Under the new Pennsylvania Juvenile Court Rules and Amendments, effective July 1, 2011, the court must ensure that the dependent child’s health care and disability needs are identified, monitored, and addressed, and that dependent children with disabilities are receiving necessary accommodations. 
Danielle Sered presented her Common Justice work at the National Center for Victims of Crime Conference  in Washington, D.C. and participated in a dialogue with audience of the New York premier screening and discussion of  the documentary, Concrete, Steel & Paint.
ABC's Action News reported on a unique program where students serve as judge and jury to their peers to correct small behavior in school before they become bigger. 
Stoneleigh Foundation welcomes Esther Cajuste, Kacey-Ann Mordecai, and Stephen St. Vincent, the 2011 Emerging Leader Fellows who will be working with non-profit organizations in Philadelphia; and Roberta McCann, Joelle Ruben, and Justine Taylor who will be based in Harrisburg.
The Delaware County Daily Times writes about the positive impact of Chester Youth Courts.
John C. Haas, retired Chairman of Rohm and Haas Company, founder of Stoneleigh Foundation, and a tireless champion of community service both regionally and nationally, died Saturday, April 2 at age 92.
Watch, read and take action!  Video and resources from our symposium are now available.
Darlyne Bailey, Stoneleigh Board Member, honored for her accomplishments in shaping the social work profession.