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Youth Voices Rising
From Incarcerated to Resilient
Each time I was incarcerated, I pulled strength from knowing my purpose was greater than my challenges, writes Daniel Bisuano.
Children Should Not Be Incarcerated
Incarceration impairs children's development and limits the life outcomes for adolescents, says Spring Keosoupha.
More Mental Health Resources, Less Police
Policing in mental health cases have been harmful when foster youth are in need of support and trauma-informed services, says Tasha Matthews.
Standing on the Shoulders of Many Mothers
To me, Mother’s Day is about celebrating the love we receive from the women who mentor, uplift, and teach us, says Jasmine Mora.
Youth Voices Rising Writing Contest essay finalist Bella Rodriguez writes about being the sum of their individual actions, rather than their circumstances.
A Former Life
Youth Voices Rising Writing Contest essay finalist Shannon Mickle writes about the connection between foster care, juvenile justice, and homelessness.
All I Wanted was One Right…
Youth Voices Rising Writing Contest poetry finalist Gilbert Velazquez-Macedo writes about how the foster care-to-prison pipeline impacts mental health.
Every Child in Foster Care Needs Stability
Youth Voices Rising Writing Contest essay finalist Atorrie Burrell writes about how support can end the foster care-to-prison pipeline.