The grievance process. When resources become unavailable, or parole officers (POs) misbehave, or a rule is unlawfully enforced, the only recourse that a person has to alleviate the adversity is called [...] Continue Reading
Morghan Vélez Young, Ph.D., is an educator and researcher focused on transformative opportunities for those involved in the juvenile and criminal justice systems. She consults and trains through BROWNGIRLHEALING.org and lectures in the Anthropology Department at Fresno State. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jaime Leyva facilitates restorative processes for persons returning to the community from prison. Located in Fresno, he creates healthy and safe spaces for healing and restoration.
Andrew Winn is from Sacramento. He is executive director of the Insight Garden Program, a nonprofit that offers in-prison programming in 10 California prisons and reentry services for previous program participants.
Adultifying BIPOC Children for Punishment
Many of us already know that there are two legal systems just as classical novels have articulated about the economic and political experiences of communities along race and class lines. One U.S. [...] Continue Reading