The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's 45th Annual Legislative Conference provided powerful discussions from young people, adovocates, and Congress members around the urgency for strong juvenile justice reform. Adam Clark shares a recap of the event.
On September 17th, a briefing in the Russell Senate Office Building was held to discuss the bipartisan bill S. 1169, the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Reauthorization Act (JJDPA) of 2015.
Two Texas teenagers representing a group of students in the Houston Independent School District have submitted a 35-page brief to the Texas Supreme Court suing the state for underfunding public education in violation of the Texas constitution.
Ryan Dalton started 11th grade four days before Hurricane Katrina hit. The storm nearly derailed his education and his life. He shares the personal story of survival and how he got back on track, becoming an advocate for other struggling young people.
One of the nation’s largest school districts could save money by cutting sports and limiting extracurricular activities. While it would cut costs short-term, what's the long-term costs for students like Norman Harris.
With a growing emphasis on criminal justice reform, juvenile justice ambassador Alton PItre shares three steps to take towards reforming the juvenile justice system.