Each year, over 1 million youth will have some involvement with law enforcement or the justice system. Those young people are predominantly black and Latinx. This is to be expected when you consider the reality that what is oftentimes viewed by teachers, the media, and law enforcement officials as normal adolescent behavior for white children is seen and treated as delinquent and criminal for children of color.
RSVP now for our Treat All Kids Like Kids webinar on Thursday, October 17th, at 5pm ET/2pm PT to learn more and join the fight for real juvenile justice.
• Kristin Henning, Agnes N. Williams Research Professor; Professor of Law; Director, Juvenile Justice Clinic; Associate Dean for Clinics and Experiential Learning, Georgetown Law Center
• Marshan Allen, Project Manager, Restore Justice Foundation
• Randy Hertz, Vice Dean, Professor of Clinical Law, Director of Clinical and Advocacy Programs, New York University School of Law