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Jessica Feierman; Dr. Shameka Stanford, Howard University,
DuVernay reminds us that “seeing” individuals in the system requires us – and the legal system – to delve deeper and consider a person’s individual characteristics, their history, and their humanity. 

This blog is the first in a series Juvenile Law Center is presenting related to Ava Duvernay's newly released Netflix miniseries When They See Us

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Jasmine, Youth Advocate and Youth Fostering Change Alumna,

This blog is part of a 2-part series celebrating the tenth anniversary of Juvenile Law Center’s Youth Advocacy ProgramStart reading the first part

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Megan Hill, Youth Advocate and Youth Fostering Change Alumna,
I became interested in Youth Fostering Change because I loved the idea of being able to advocate for youth who were experiencing similar challenges while being in foster care.
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Jennifer Pokempner,
Advocating for the Most Connected Placement is a practical tool to ensure that youth are in living settings where they can be connected with family, the community, and a support system.

Yesterday, members of Youth Fostering Change (YFC) and Juvenile Law Center attorneys gave testimony at a special hearing before the House Children and Youth Committee.