It’s not every day a police officer is found guilty of murder, especially when it comes to a white officer shooting an unarmed, black teen.
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Jahnae Patterson, age 17, was one of 11 who lost their lives in a violent weekend in Chicago. She dreamed of becoming a lawyer.
Back Of The Class is a 5-part Youth Radio investigation into how K-12 schools punish sexual harassment and who gets hurt.
Nia Wilson was a “beautiful sweet person” who loved fashion and makeup.
Children who haven’t been convicted of any crime are being subjected to prison-like conditions in the U.S., where they were seeking a better life.
Yeah, ankle monitors are no fun. But if hundreds of teens can put up with them, we’re sure Paul Manafort will manage.
After two Supreme Court decisions, states must re-sentence juvenile lifers, giving them the possibility of parole and freedom. We asked a lawyer to help us understand what it all means.
We sat down with former NFL player, now actor Nnamdi Asomugha, to discuss his new movie Crown Heights, releasing August 18th 2017.
Even in the foster care system, there is nothing in writing that gives youth rights to access technology of any kind.