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New Vice President Named at Children’s Defense Fund
Foster Youth Cornelius Fredericks was Killed One Year Ago. His Death Has Caused Sweeping Change Nationwide
A Progressive Community Grapples With the Reality of Juvenile Justice Reform
Plan to Transform L.A. County’s Youth Justice System Hits a Snag
North Carolina D.A. Erases Criminal Records for Former Juvenile Offenders
Almost 300 people in North Carolina who were prosecuted in adult court for things they did as 16- and 17-year-olds had those records erased from the books this week.
The news came as Durham County’s chief prosecutor, Satana Deberry, announced that she was taking the action voluntarily in the wake of laws that have changed in the intervening years.
Fewer Youth are Locked Up in New York, But They’re Still Mostly Kids of Color
Manhattan Family Court Clerk Suspended After Allegations She Directed Racial Slurs At 15-year-old During Hearing
A Manhattan Family Court clerk has been suspended without pay pending an investigation into allegations she used a racial slur describing a Black 15-year-old in a court hearing Thursday.
‘Incorrigibility’ Label Eliminated from New York’s Child Welfare Law