The Fosters (ABC Family) Review “Family Day”

As a critic, I want to objectively analyze “Family Day,” breaking down the ways in which it addressed the fuzzy lines between the personal and the political, the way it ruminated on what family means and the depth it gave to the stories of children lost in the system and those who fight to care for them. However, as a person, it’s hard for me to be analytical in the face of such overwhelming emotion. What people often fail to understand when discussing “social issues” is that they are the issues that define us right down to the very core of our being. There is nothing more personal, and The Fosters is unique in the way it brings to light that people are not issues, they’re people and they deserve love, respect and families no matter what.



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