The annual Ridenhour Prizes recognize acts of truth-telling that protect the public interest, promote social justice or illuminate a more just vision of society. For 2013, Juvenile-in-Justice the book has been nominated and made a finalist for the Ridenhour Book Prize. We are very excited to have the work and the issues it presents noticed by such an important organization. Winners in all categories will be announced later this year and we will, of course, keep you apprised of any updates (Also, you can buy your copy of the book on the site HERE.)

And, if you’re in or around New York (or have friends that are) be sure to visit the Juvenile-in-Justice exhibition at Ronald Feldman Gallery in SoHo, which is up until February 16th and recently featured in the New Yorker Magazine. More details on the exhibition HERE. 

3 thoughts on “Juvenile-in-Justice is a finalist for the Ridenhour Prize

  1. Thank you for your thoughtful words Skye. The goal of the project is to foster a change in the way we treat these kids. If it has you thinking about it after the fact then we feel that on some level we’ve accomplished some portion of our goal.

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