We are pleased to announce Deep Dive Learning Opportunity Presenters, Jolee Eckert (Florence Crittenton Services of Topeka, Inc.) and Logan Meza (S.O.U.L. Sisters Leadership Collective) for In Solidarity We Rise: Healing, Opportunity and Justice for Girls, October 11-13, 2017.
We’re excited to announce Deep Dive Learning Opportunity co-presenters, Fran Sherman & Lina To for In Solidarity We Rise: Healing, Opportunity and Justice for Girls, October 11-13, 2017.
We are pleased to announce Deep Dive Learning Opportunity Presenter, Karen Gentile (SAMSHA) and Innovation In Motion Presenter, María Campos (Southwest Keys) for In Solidarity We Rise: Healing, Opportunity and Justice for Girls, October 11-13, 2017.
Youth prison is no solution for Girls. The research is clear on how girls, often charged with status or low-level offenses, unnecessarily end up in the deep end of the system. State systems are beginning to recognize this trend and take steps to shrink their deep end girls’ populations, leaving many facilities with very few incarcerated girls and leaving us all with an urgent focus on how to get girls out of youth prisons and close them down for good.
The National Crittenton Foundation, in partnership with Education Northwest, hosted a series of events with Dr. Monique Morris on Wednesday, September 7, 2016 to talk about her book “Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools,” and also discuss related issues affecting Portland’s diverse communities.
We have a long history as advocates for young women and girls
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