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immigration resources

Children and Families at the Border: What You Can Do

July 23, 2018
Teen Guide to Living with Incarcerated Parents

#LeadYoung Spotlight: 16-Year-Old Author Anyé Young Shares Tips for Living with an Incarcerated Parent

August 27, 2018
Elly Belle
College tips

8 Tips on Choosing a College That's Right for You

August 20, 2018
Danielle Varner
summer melt blog

Tackling the Summer Before College: Necessary Steps to Take

July 11, 2018
Danielle Varner
Jefferson Has Gotta Go!

#LeadYoung Spotlight: Loni, 19, Advocating – and Living – at the Intersection

July 2, 2018
SNAP

Five Things You Need to Know About SNAP and The Farm Bill

June 22, 2018
NOT ALONE

You May Be First, But You Are Not Alone: Stories

May 15, 2018
Samantha Alvarado

Leveling Up: How My Brother’s Autism "Gamified" My Approach to Life

April 16, 2018
Samantha Alvarado (age 18)

Congress, fully fund the JJDPA!

The JJDPA sets federal standards to ensure a minimum level of safety and equitable treatment for youth who come into contact with the juvenile justice system.

As the Appropriations Committee begins the process for FY 2019, it's important for your representatives to hear from constituents about the importance of funding the JJDPA.

Phone Script:

Hi,

Tell Rep. Culberson to fully fund the JJDPA!

Rep. John Culberson is the Chairman of the Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, and Science of the House Appropriations Committee. This subcommittee is responsible for allocating funds to programs within the Department of Justice, including the JJDPA. The JJDPA sets federal standards to ensure a minimum level of safety and equitable treatment for youth who come into contact with the juvenile justice system.

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