Justice is Black People Living in All of Their Glory
Shay House writes that justice is Black people living in all of their glory, not being murdered because of the color of their skin.
A Progressive Community Grapples With the Reality of Juvenile Justice Reform
The small crowd carrying signs outside the county courthouse this week was classic funky Santa Cruz, folks milling about in T-shirts emblazoned with rasta and LGBTQ-themed logos, tie-dye and boho styles. But in this era of national protest over racial injustice, the protesters did not seek to reduce sentencing or end mass incarceration.
Presence of School Resource Officers Debated in Small Towns, Too
Bill Would Create One Million New Apprenticeships
Advocates Press New York Lawmakers to Shutter Database Containing Kids’ DNA
Guards Without Masks and Tests With No Results
Bill Prioritizes Placing Incarcerated Parents Close to Children
The 80,000 children of New York state whose parents are locked up in distant state correctional institutions might have an easier time visiting mom or dad under a bill sitting on Gov.
New Name. New Leadership. Same Mission.
Dear Reader, If you have arrived at the site today and are surprised to not see The Chronicle of Social Change masthead, fear not! The nation’s leading source for child welfare and juvenile justice news has been rebranded under our new name, The Imprint.
Youth Drive New York City’s George Floyd Protests Into Day 10, But Most Arrests Aren’t Juveniles, Early Data Suggests
Protests and vigils continued in New York and nationwide on Wednesday, nine days after the brutal killing of George Floyd, an African American man, by a white police officer in Minneapolis.