• 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 8-23-13 Highlights from the week’s juvenile justice and justice related articles, reports, videos and more that are worth your time. To Keep Kids Out of Trouble–and Prison–Teach Them to Understand Their Emotions The philosophy is something you are probably familiar with, but this article insightfully ties together our response to tragedy and its affect on kids. […] August 23, 2013
  • The [Justice] Short List 6-20-13 Highlights from the week’s juvenile justice and justice related articles, reports, videos and more that are worth your time. Seeking Exposé, Students End Up in Handcuffs Two high school journalists from West Islip High School were investigating school security when they entered a neighboring high school and were apprehended by security guards and ultimately arrested and charged with […] June 20, 2013
  • The Short List 4-22-13 [Highlights from the week’s juvenile justice and justice related articles, reports, videos and more that are worth your time.] via NY Times: ‘The War on Drugs is a Failure’  The Gregory Brothers’ latest musical mash-up features Gov. Chris Christie, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, former Congressman Ron Paul and special guests who argue for the reform […] April 23, 2013
  • The Short List 3-18-13 [Highlights from the week’s juvenile justice and justice related articles, reports, videos and more that are worth your time.]   via NY Times: ‘Who is Poor?’ There are three ways of defining poverty. This op-ed piece explores all three while positing that “the lack of definition in our definition of poverty is part of the […] March 19, 2013
  • The Short List 2-26-13 via the NY Times: ‘The Price of Public Violence’  A poignant and telling piece by the unassailable Alex Kotlowitz which ruminates on the issue of the extraordinarily tragic number of victims and witnesses to gun violence, especially in Chicago, and asks, “What is the effect on individuals — especially kids — who have been privy […] February 26, 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
  • The Short List 2/1/13  via the NY Times: ‘Richard Ross: Juvenile-in-Justice’ Holland Cotter reviews the Juvenile-in-Justice exhibition at Ronald Feldman Gallery (which runs until Feb. 16). His thoughts, “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.” Read the review HERE.  a poem from the Beat […] February 1, 2013
  • The Short List 1/25/13 via the Village Voice: ‘Arresting Images: Richard Ross…’ The Juvenile-in-Justice exhibition at Ronald Feldman Gallery received a lovely review in the Village Voice. Robert Shuster writes, “The understated display here (the unframed images are simply pinned to the wall) pulls you close, face-to-face with troubled kids. Their own words, recorded by Ross in interviews, appear […] January 25, 2013
  • The Short List 1/18/13 Report: Police in Schools are Not the Answer to the Newtown Shooting This joint issue brief by the Advancement Project, Alliance for Educational Justice, Dignity in Schools Campaign, and the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. points out that in the midst of the incomprehensible tragedy of the Newtown massacre, we need to respond […] January 18, 2013
  • The Short List 1/11/13 Hello friends. It’s been two weeks since we posted the last short list and we apologize for the irregularity. We have been immensely busy preparing for the exhibition and trip to New York and the lecture at the Vera Institute last night (which went very well). So, without further ado we’ve compiled a great short […] January 11, 2013
  • NY Times: Can Forgiveness Play a Role in Criminal Justice? What do you do when someone you love kills someone else that you love? What recourse do you seek? What do you do when the victim is your child, and the killer their lover… someone incredibly close to your family. An article by Paul Tullis in the NY Times Magazine from this week explores these […] January 9, 2013