The Criminalization of Black Youth, with Kris Henning
On this week’s podcast we discuss a new campaign to end fines and fees in the juvenile justice system, more problems with privatization in child welfare, and the estimated 18,000 young adults who could age out of foster care this week.
Georgetown Law professor Kris Henning has been a public defender for youth in Washington, D.C. for more than two decades, and has had exactly four white clients in that time. Henning joins us to discuss her experience representing youth, and her new book The Rage of Innocence: How America Criminalizes Black Youth.
Advocacy Groups Launch Nationwide Campaign to End Juvenile Court Fines and Fees|
Debt Free Justice Campaign
Nebraska Inspector General Recommends Ending Foster Care Contract with Saint Francis
Next Week, Thousands of Foster Youth Will Age Out on the Same Day
Youth Voice Webinar: What Did Your Mental Health Do for You (or to You)?
Thursday, Oct. 7 10amP/1pmE
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