Whether youth are currently incarcerated, detained or under post-release supervision, Storycatchers Theatre artists work alongside them in Chicago to teach them means of coping with their traumas.
Humanize My Hoodie brand co-founders Jason Sole and Andre Wright aim to destigmatize clothing trends that are associated with Black and brown individuals while also humanizing the person “underneath the hoodie.”
A juvenile county courthouse in Georgia is adopting a non-traditional architectural design to positively impact kids’ experiences with the justice system.
The Supreme Court case In re Gault recognized that kids have the same legal rights as adults. But kids in the U.S. still don’t have adequate access to lawyers.
Based in Jacksonville, Florida, the EVAC movement spoke out about issues of police brutality, gang labeling, and systemic racism. The program was cut short after meeting with President Barack Obama, Rep. John Lewis and Sen. Cory Booker.
Thirty-five top journalism students from 16 universities are conducting a major investigation this summer into juvenile justice in America as part of the Carnegie-Knight News21 multimedia reporting initiative at Arizona State University.