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Roses 4 the Independent Living Program (ILP)
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.
Today, We Have a Voice
Juwan Jessup writes that today, Black Americans have a voice and the power to stand up against unjust systems.
Sympathy is Nice, But Justice is Better
Dezarae Newstrom writes that there is so much cruelty within policing and foster care, and that we need education on the history of these systems.
Freedom is Bigger Than the End of Slavery
Jamari Jones writes that the guilty verdict in the murder of George Floyd set the tone for addressing racism.
It is Not Over. We Still Need More Justice.
Deddtrease Edwards writes that Black and brown communities need to continue to fight for justice.
Sound Off: California’s Youth Prison Closures
Juvenile justice advocates sound off on California's plan to close youth prisons and develop the Office of Youth and Community Restoration.
Young, Gifted, & Black
Sade Daniels presents her poem Young, Black & Gifted, an artistic critique of the present treatment of Black girls in American foster care
The Privilege of Innocence: Ma’Khia Bryant and The Adultification of Black Girls in Foster Care
There is no perfect way to be a child in foster care. As a 30-year-old Black woman and foster youth alumni, I reflect daily on my decisions as a traumatized youth in care and the grace that was not always granted to me.