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Posts Tagged with "youth of color"

Video shows officer kicking handcuffed 13-year-old for opening a window

May 16, 2014

Community groups today condemned the brutality of police officers who allegedly handcuffed, choked and violently kicked a young Florida boy for opening the window on his school bus. The attack on the young man is part of a broader pattern of police brutality in Florida and the painful realities of the school-to-prison pipeline in the state.

Eric Holder, Arne Duncan tell schools to stop pushing students into school-to-prison pipeline

January 8, 2014

Today, for the first time, the United States Departments of Education and Justice jointly released guidance that outlines civil rights obligations regarding school discipline that schools and districts throughout the country must follow affirming that “racial discrimination in school discipline is a real problem.” The guidance was included in a resource package with guiding principles and a resource guide from the Department of Education.

Challenge the criminalization of our youth!

May 4, 2011

The U.S. is the only country in the world where youth can receive a life-without-parole sentence. Get involved in ending this injustice. Join CCWP for a screening of ‘Juvies’ on Friday, May 13, 7-9 p.m., Eastside Arts Alliance, 2277 International Blvd, Oakland.

Battling the fear of ‘our’ kids

April 23, 2011

From it’s inception, the juvenile justice system has treated youth of color unfairly: When the first detention facility established a “colored section” in 1834, Black children were excluded from rehabilitation because it would be a “waste” of resources.

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