On Wednesday, Stanford Law professor Michele Dauber received an envelope containing an unknown white powder and a note with a rape threat.
If Congress doesn’t find a more permanent solution, it’s likely that Dreamers’ fates will be subject to the same old legal back-and-forth.
How exactly does the foster care system even work? This interactive walks you through the different stages through the eyes of a foster youth.
I used to dream of [adoption]. Having a mom and dad, siblings to play with, a dog. But when I hit twelve, I realized that I was getting old and adoption probably would never happen for me.
If there is one group of students with the most to gain from staying in school, it is those minors transitioning out of the juvenile justice system. Yet of the roughly 42,000 youth who attend California’s juvenile court schools each year, only 20 percent successfully reenroll within 30 days of their release from the system.
From the George Zimmerman verdict to the ins and outs of sealing a juvenile record, Youth Radio’s Juvenile Justice desk was hard at work this year.