youth justice

JJDPA funds

States Rely on Federal Youth Justice Funding: Here's How

June 11, 2019
An Act4JJ Summary

Call on Your Senators to Fund Youth Justice Improvements!

Congress is still working to set government spending levels for fiscal year 2020, through the appropriations process. The U.S. House of Representatives has completed its appropriations bills, and the Senate is working on its version. Please take a minute to call and urge your Senators to fully fund the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act. States need these funds to improve justice approaches, protect youth and promote safer communities.

CFYJ Day of Action

Removing Youth from Adult Jails & Prisons is a Racial Justice Issue: Making the Shift in Connecticut away from Prisons & Toward Communities

April 18, 2019
Jeree Thomas
Free Young Baby Huey

“Free Young Baby Huey” taps the Power of Music to Address Injustice

April 17, 2019
NFL Players Coalition

How the Players Coalition is Using the NFL’s Platform to Effect Change

February 28, 2019
Jamal Stone
Richard Ross Juvenile in Justice

Justice through a New Lens: Reframing Youth Incarceration through Art

February 25, 2019
Jo Ann Paanio
JJDPA Reauthorization 2018

What’s Next for Youth Justice: Why the JJDPA Still Matters After Reauthorization Win

February 20, 2019
Caitlin Johnson

Congress Passes Bipartisan JJDPA Bill to Help States Improve Youth Justice

December 13, 2018

Tools to Help You #VoteYouthJustice

September 25, 2018
A SparkAction Round-Up

Across the US, A Drop in the Number of Youth Confined in Facilities

September 14, 2018
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