For more than a year now, COVID has put us all to the test and challenged us to become better versions of our former selves. Met with a pandemic that upended the practice of child welfare law as we know it and a racial justice movement which urged us to reevaluate how we serve children of color, the last year has deepened our collective perspective, our allyship for others and our resolve to prioritize equity and inclusion. At EBCLO, we have been flexible, resilient and fiercely determined to continue to do right by our young clients, whatever the physical limitations might be. And we have thoughtfully asked ourselves and each other the tough questions required to ensure that we treat each other inclusively and our clients equitably. We are reforming our practice and anxiously awaiting the time when we can once again shake the hands of our new clients and hold our infant clients. Join us in continuing to make sure that children are seen and heard.