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After Prison, He Became a Poodle Professional
After picking up drawing while incarcerated as a young man, Mikhail “Mick” Williams ventured into a new medium when he got out: dog grooming.
As His Influence Peaks in Child Welfare Field, A ‘Family Defenders’ Leader Retires
After a 50-year legal career, Martin Guggenheim's critiques of child welfare have more widespread support than ever as he retires.
Leaders Emerge from a Washington State Youth Prison, Urging a More Just and Safe World
Four young men incarcerated in a Washington state youth prison are working to ensure future generations don't face decades-long sentences.
Upstate NY Gallery Displays Artwork by Young Women and Trans Artists in Detention
An art exhibit in Catskill, New York shows work by three teens incarcerated at Brookwood Secure Center for Youth.
New Study Spotlights Need for More Pre-college Programs for Foster Youth
Federal education officials are investing millions of dollars into studying programs that help foster youth making the transition from high school to college.
Healing Provided on a Texas Ranch for Men and Boys Who Have Survived Sex Trafficking
In Texas, a novel residential program provides young men who have survived sex trafficking with health care, legal help and animal therapy.
Results in Social Worker Exams Reveal Stark Racial Disparities
New data shows racial disparities in who passes the standardized test to become a licensed social worker in the U.S.
A Frank Conversation with a Judge on the Juvenile Justice Bench in New York
Serving Erie County, New York in the Youth Part and Family Court, Judge Brenda Freedman discusses her career path and changes to the juvenile justice system.