Juvenile Justice

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Solitary

"That place mentally messed me up," a teen recalls of his 82 days in the hole. "I really wanted to die. I felt hopeless."

At 16, Sara Kruzan was sentenced to life without parole. Hear her story. From the National Center for Youth Law.

 

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1/26
Mother Jones
"That place mentally messed me up," a teen...
1/21
The Huffington Post
President Obama's approval ratings have improved...
12/29
The New York Times
The push for reauthorization of the Juvenile Justice...
12/22
The Washington Post
As stories emerge about the mistreatment of youth at...
12/12
The Hill
An activist and mother applauds the bipartisan...

from the field

1/8
DesMoines Register
Sen. Grassley (R-Iowa) is now chairman of the U.S....
12/18
Pew Charitable Trusts
Voters support sending serious juvenile offenders to...
12/12
The New York Times
To hear Mikia Hutchings speak, one must lean in close...
5/6
National Network for Youth
What do the new proposed regulations for the Runaway...

action alerts

12/10
Act 4 Juvenile Justice
Enacted in 1974, the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency...
10/10
Act 4 Juvenile Justice
It's time to for Congress to pass a renewed,...
6/19
Citizens' Committee for Children
Governor Cuomo has already spearheaded numerous...
5/1
The Campaign for the Fair Sentencing of Youth
Add your voice to tell the world that you believe in...

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