Reforming systems that Disproportionately Harm Black, Brown, and LGBTQ+ Young People – Oct 22

Posted by Youth Advocate Programs on October 20, 2020

Leaders to Share How Their Work Reforms Systems that Disproportionately Harm Black, Brown, and LGBTQ+ Young People

A virtual presentation will highlight how restorative practices, gang-involved individuals, and innovative readiness programs are disrupting youth incarceration and reforming systems that disproportionately harm Black, Brown, and LGBTQ+ young people.

The web event, October 22, from noon to 1:30 pm ET, is the second of a three-part series, On the Road to Unlocked!: Investing in Our Children and Communities, which focuses on what communities can do to create a robust system of care that supports, nurtures, and best serves youth and their families while keeping communities safe. The Unlocked! Series is sponsored by the Social Justice Initiative of Bryn Mawr College (SJI), Youth Advocate Programs (YAP), Inc., an alternative to youth incarceration and out-of-home placements, and the National Human Services Assembly (NHSA).

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