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Natane Eaddy, MSSW, Esq.,

Students applying to college are routinely questioned about their involvement with the justice system. Depending on how students answer, they could be discouraged or denied

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Natane Eaddy, MSSW, Esq.,

A juvenile record can increase the likelihood that a youth will experience homelessness. Private landlords have broad discretion to rent property to families and can

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Natane Eaddy, MSSW, Esq. ,

Data consistently shows that youth of color are arrested and incarcerated at higher rates than white youth. Upon arrest, a record is created, casting a

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Jennifer Pokempner, Child Welfare Policy Director,

April 10th is National Sibling Day - a reminder of the importance that brothers and sisters have in our lives every day. Siblings provide identity and

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MaryLee Allen, 2017 Leadership Prize Winner, Nominating Committee Member,
Each of the 2018 Leadership Prize winners have, in their own distinct and critically important ways, created valuable change for youth in the justice and child welfare systems. 
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Natane Eaddy, MSSW, Esq.,
We’re kicking off a special series for Second Chance Month focused the impact juvenile records have on youth returning to their communities.