Tags School-to-prison pipeline
Tag: school-to-prison pipeline
Project Rebound at HSU breathes life support into possibilities for life successes to people returning from incarceration and at-risk youth.
CCSF students placed at risk of death by riot police while peacefully confronting the oppressions of capitalism, white supremacy, classism and racism by CCFS’s Tom Temprano and the Board of Trustees.
A system designed to incarcerate Black, Brown and poor people, including children, is in the midst of a first step towards change for caged children, which has been taken in dismantling the remaining three California youth prisons and relocating those approximately 750 youth to rehabilitation facilities. While some are hopeful, others like Jamilia Land of Abolish Slavery National Network are cautious.
The fire is lit and the students of City College of San Francisco and their supporters are brilliantly adamant about what they will and will not accept in creating the futures they see for themselves and those who will follow. As stakeholders in the reformation of a deeply broken system, their vision is clear and their collective voice will be heard.
Open letter to Gov. Kay Ivey and concerned Alabama citizens, juvenile advocates and state leaders – Re: Children in juvenile detention facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic: Where is their advocacy and why isn’t anyone demanding their release?