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Josh Rovner explains the startling disparities between how frequently black and white teenagers encounter the juvenile justice system.

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4/16
The Sentencing Project
Josh Rovner explains the startling disparities...
4/9
National Juvenile Justice Network
For National Crime Victim's Right Week, Benjamin...
4/3
Juvenile Justice Information Exchange
Journalist Dick Mendel takes a close look at the over-...
4/2
Juvenile Justice Information Exchange
Journalist Dick Mendel takes a close look at the over-...
3/28
Coalition for Juvenile Justice
Each year, hundreds of young people are locked up for...

from the field

4/14
US Department of Education
On April 21, the Department of Education, the Office...
4/1
Annie E. Casey Foundation
This KIDS COUNT policy report from the Annie E. Casey...
4/1
National Council on Crime & Delinquency
On April 1, 2014, the National Council on Crime and...
2/19
Juvenile Justice Information Exchange
Did you know that youth of color are overrepresented...
1/9
Dignity in Schools Campaign
The Departments of Education and Justice have released...

action alerts

12/19
The Campaign for the Fair Sentencing of Youth
Add your voice to tell the world that you believe in...
12/5
Citizens' Committee for Children
Governor Cuomo has already spearheaded numerous...
10/23
The National Crittenton Foundation
Join juvenile justice allies to support girls in the...
9/2
Campaign for Youth Justice
The Campaign for Youth Justice is circulating a sign-...
11/15
National Human Services Assembly
With a fiscal cliff looming in the not-so-distant...

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