Top Stories of 2022: New Approaches and Second Chances
In 2022, The Imprint covered innovative community approaches to curbing youth violence, from California to New York.
Youth Role in Violence, Carjackings Overstated, the Sentencing Project Says
The Sentencing Project released a brief today arguing that youth violence did not spike during the pandemic.
Bob Woodson, Veteran Leader on Community-Based Solutions to Youth Violence, in the Mix for HUD Secretary
Robert Woodson, Sr., the founder and longtime president of the Center for Neighborhood Enterprise, told The Washington Post that he had discussed the possibility of serving as Housing and Urban Development (HUD ) secretary in the administration of President-Elect Donald Trump.
Scott Drops First House JJDPA Bill in Years; Would Include PROMISE Act
Rep. Bobby Scott (D-Va.) has introduced the Youth Justice Act of 2015, a bill to reauthorize the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act, the first attempt to do so on the House side in several years.
At Youth Alive!, Violence is Just an Act
by Débora Silva On a recent Thursday afternoon in Oakland, students of Castlemont High School transformed their classroom into a theater. Chairs were placed around the room, forming a semicircle to accommodate the audience, made up of teenage high school students.