Truthworker Theatre Co. Puts the Spotlight on Solitary Confinement
A collaboration with an unusual theater group over the last few months has lifted the spirits of a man on death row and given his life renewed purpose.
OJJDP Should Strengthen DMC Requirement: Report
States face no real federal pressure to reduce racial and ethnic disparities in the juvenile justice system, a new report says.
Few Harlem Youths at Planning Meeting Against Violence
Is there a disconnect between Harlem youth and the institutions who want to help them?
Census: Nearly 1 in 5 Children in U.S. in Poverty
Nearly one in five children in the United States lived in poverty last year, with a much higher proportion of poverty among African-American and Hispanic children, new U.S. Census figures released Tuesday show.
OP-ED: Our Words Break Down ‘Stern Disinterest’ of Incarcerated Youth
This summer I visited Rikers Island in New York along with 15 other members of the Anti-Recidivism Coalition (ARC) and had a chance to speak with the inmates.
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