THIS WEEK IN JUVENILE JUSTICE: Justice Scholars Gives Teens a Shot at Redemption
For Shond’Ue, becoming a Justice Scholar would not only be a shot at redemption and his last chance to graduate from high school, but a place where he would finally get counseled through a mentally disturbed past…Continue Reading →
|From Prison to PoliticsProphet Walker’s journey from juvenile inmate to running for State Assembly. >> Read Full Story
||Juvenile Justice Reforms Prominent in New Bill by U.S. SenatorsTwo senators introduced legislation banning the use of juvenile solitary confinement.>> Read Full Story|
MORE TOP HEADLINES:
Reporter’s Notebook: Allegations Still Plague Religious Homes for Troubled Teens
Over the past two decades, dozens of unlicensed residential facilities for teens struggling with drug problems and various behavioral issues have been accused of physical and sexual abuse. Reporter Maurice Chammah reflects.
OP-ED: U.S. Policies Are at the Heart of Why ‘Unaccompanied Minors’ Are Crossing the Border
These children, despite the rhetoric, are not criminals. They are refugees.
OP-ED: Uncharted Territory
At the end of last year, the Illinois General Assembly found itself in uncharted territory.
Just Facts: Quantifying the Incarceration Conversation
A very interesting look at the history of the term “Mass Incarceration” from Brennan Center for Justice at NYU Law.
‘Jane’ Didn’t Get the Help She Needed
When the Juvenile Justice System Isn’t the Answer.
This Is Your Stressed-Out Brain On Scarcity
It doesn’t matter what kind of scarcity you’re dealing with. When humans don’t have enough of something, that fact dominates our consciousness:
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