To Eliminate Racial Bias, Child Welfare Breakthrough Tells us to Try Colorblindness
This story was published in partnership with the magazine Washington Monthly. A few times a month, in an unmarked white office building on Long Island, a group of Nassau County government employees discuss which children they should separate from their parents.
In California, Data Shows a Widening Racial Gap As Juvenile Incarceration Has Declined
In the past two decades, the number of youth who are detained or incarcerated by juvenile justice systems has plummeted, a trend largely attributable to declining arrest rates and buffered by intentional system reform.