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In a monumental win for youth held in facilities in Philadelphia, today City Council and the Mayor struck a budget deal which created an independent

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Vic Wiener, Esq. ,

This week marks the overlap of Reentry Week, Second Chances Month, and Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The convergence of these events creates an opportunity for

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Duane & Angela, Youth Advocates ,

The following testimony was written and will be read by Juvenile Law Center's Youth Fostering Change and Juveniles for Justice Youth Advocates on April 8th at

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Alexis & Keema, Youth Advocates,

The following testimony was written and will be read by Juvenile Law Center's Youth Fostering Change and Juveniles for Justice Youth Advocates on April 8th at

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Mark & Alex, Youth Advocates ,

The following testimony was written and will be read by Juvenile Law Center's Youth Fostering Change and Juveniles for Justice Youth Advocates on April 8th at

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Christina Sorensen,

An “Ombudsperson” can be defined as someone who acts on behalf of another as a “protector against oppressive
measures by the government.” Today, “ombudsperson” has

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Katrina L. Goodjoint, Esq.,

Across the country, our municipal court system is targeting kids for behaving like kids. Young people are policed, ticketed, and fined for age-appropriate behavior such

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Susan Vivian Mangold,

Before we kick the door closed on 2020, there were lessons learned and wisdom shared to carry into the new year as resolutions for 2021.

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Malik Pickett,

Upcoming Meeting


The next meeting of the Pennsylvania Juvenile Justice Task Force is scheduled for November 20, 2020 from 1-3 p.m., and can be viewed