Part One: No Child is Disposable
Part Two: The Power of Restoration
Part Three: Clear Alternatives - Redefining Juvenile Justice
Many people, he said, view the prison system like they view the sewage system. They want to flush problems away without thinking about where they go
As citizens we must work with government officials to ensure that community-based alternatives are a key strategy in restoring youth offenders to full community.
It turns out that the color of your skin, where you grew up, and whether you are poor or not also has a big impact on whether you get locked up or if you get to go home with a scolding.
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