Jeremy Hudson is an alumnae of our Juveniles for Justice youth engagement program. Jeremy was recently featured in a Retro Report video on zero tolerance policies and the school-to-prison pipeline.
Juvenile Law Center today released a groundbreaking national report, Debtors’ Prison for Kids? The High Cost of Fines and Fees in the Juvenile Justice System. Approximately one million youth appear in juvenile courts each year. In every state, youth and families can be required...
On August 12, a federal magistrate judge granted his petition and ordered Dassey released from prison -- unless the state of Wisconsin, within 90 days of the court order, decides to retry Brendan for his role in that murder. Brendan’s potential release is welcome news, as our...
A new policy from the Social Security Administration (SSA) went into effect on August 1st to allow foster youth of all ages with disabilities to apply for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits six months before they leave care. This policy will remain in effect for one year...
From August 12-14, thought leaders in child welfare, juvenile justice, and family law will gather in Philadelphia for the National Association of Counsel for Children’s (NACC) Annual Child Welfare, Juvenile, and Family Law Conference.
On Tuesday, July 26, staff attorney, Kate Burdick, will be among the advocates speaking at the Democratic National Convention. Click for livestreaming info!
Henry A. Giroux, truthout.org
David Heller, WHYY Newsworks
Kristine Guerra, The Washington Post
Gail Wesson, The Press-Enterprise
Carolyn Phenicie, the74million.org
Jessica Feierman and Alex R. Piquero, dallasnews.com
Alicia Silverstone, Huffington Post Blog
Erica L. Green, The Baltimore Sun
Hannah Levintova, Mother Jones
Jeremy Loudenback, Chronicle of Social Change
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