• Images projected during FLEXN in New York From March 25th to April 4th, images and factoids from the Juvenile in Justice project were projected adjacent to Peter Sellar’s dance performance, FLEXN. See more info here: http://www.armoryonpark.org/programs_events/detail/flexn April 6, 2015
  • The [Justice] Short List 1-10-14 We’re back after a short hiatus with highlights from the week’s juvenile justice and justice related articles, videos and more that are worth your time. Obama Administration Recommends Ending Zero Tolerance Policies in Schools An intervention is brewing for the school-to-prison pipeline, and it is coming from the White House. Even more encouraging, the Justice […] January 10, 2014
  • The [Justice] Short List 12-13-13 Highlights from the week’s juvenile justice and justice related articles, videos and more that are worth your time. Because I’m 16… New York is one of only two states in the union that continues to prosecute 16 and 17 year olds as adults.  This video, created by Judge Michael A. Corriero and students at the […] December 13, 2013
  • The [Justice] Short List 10-25-13 Highlights from juvenile justice and justice related articles, reports, videos and more that are worth your time. Should Police Wear Cameras Thanks to the NY Times section, Room for Debate, we get to hear the arguments for and against wearable cameras for police officers. As it turns out, there are many more nuances to this […] October 25, 2013
  • The [Justice] Short List 9-13-13 Highlights from the week’s juvenile justice and justice related articles, reports, videos and more that are worth your time. OP-ED: Thoughtful, Innovative Intervention for Kids in New York Pays Off At age 14, Maria was assigned to a Community Reinvestment Alternative to Detention program in New York instead of being confined in a detention facility. […] September 13, 2013
  • The [Justice] Short List 8-15-13 Highlights from the week’s juvenile justice and justice related articles, reports, videos and more that are worth your time. All Kids Sentenced to Die in Michigan Prisons Get Second Chance Victory! Michigan’s courts must now hold parole hearings for ALL 363 people sentenced as juveniles to life without parole in Michigan’s prisons. While this order […] August 16, 2013
  • The Short List 5-7-13 [Highlights from the week’s juvenile justice and justice related articles, reports, videos and more that are worth your time.] via the Miami Herald: ‘Fred Grimm: For kids in isolation, a shrug from Florida lawmakers’ Crummy news from Florida. A Senate criminal justice committee hearing last week on Florida’s rampant use of solitary confinement for children […] May 7, 2013
  • [Family-in-Justice] A Mother Speaks Last week, we brought you inside Santa Maria Juvenile Hall to meet S.D, a 17-year-old awaiting sentencing for a violent crime committed with a group of older boys when he was 14. S.D was facing 60 years to life, now he has taken a deal of “juvie life” which means he will stay in the […] April 29, 2013
  • [Inside Santa Maria Juvie] Looking at Fifty Years to Life [This is the second in a series of posts on Santa Maria Juvenile Hall in Santa Maria, California.] S.D was the youngest of a group of boys who committed a violent crime together. He was 14 years old. Now, several of the others, his co-defendants, have been tried and sentenced. One was sentenced to juvenile […] April 10, 2013
  • The single best #juvenilejustive event to do in the city today Today is the LAST DAY! GO see the Juvenile-in-Justice Exhibition at Ronald Feldman Gallery! Tell all your friends: Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, 31 Mercer St. NY, NY 10013      NY TIMES writes:“Conceptually, the show is a sobering trip down the dead-end street that is America’s prison system. Visually, it’s as gripping as any art […] February 16, 2013
  • Juvenile-in-Justice at Feldman Gallery reviewed in NY Times Wow! Holland Cotter reviewed the Juvenile-in-Justice exhibition at Ronald Feldman Gallery. His thoughts: [superquote] “Conceptually, the show is a sobering trip down the dead-end street that is America’s prison system. Visually, it’s as gripping as any art around.” [/superquote] Read the entire review HERE. Don’t miss it! The exhibition runs until February 16 at Feldman […] February 13, 2013
  • Juvenile-in-Justice reviewed in the New Yorker The Juvenile-in-Justice exhibition currently on view at Ronald Feldman Gallery is reviewed in this week’s edition of the New Yorker! You can read it online HERE. “The big color portraits are blunt documents– cold and effective.” -New Yorker If you’re in the city: the exhibition is up until February 16th, at 31 Mercer St. New […] January 29, 2013