Under New York State's new "Raise the Age" law, for the first time ever, some people will be eligible to have their criminal records sealed. In this #
Brad Hansen of Families Together in New York State talks about the impact of #RaisetheAgeNY on juvenile justice.
Beth Powers of the Children's Defense Fund of New York reminds us that the fight isn't over for #RaisetheAgeNY.
By October 2018, 16 and 17 year olds will no longer be in New York adult prison Rikers. Charles Nunez explains why Rikers is no place for juveniles.
Under New York State's new "Raise the Age" law, for the first time ever, some people will be eligible to have their criminal records sealed. It applie
Christian M. Philemon, JD, LCSW, Executive Director of the Youth Shelter Program of Westchester, NY, makes the case that incarcerating young people is
Stephanie Gendell of Citizens' Committee for Children of New York talks about the importance of parental notification.
Starting October 2017, people convicted of no more than two crimes (only one felony) may apply to have eligible NY convictions sealed if at least 10 y
Beth Powers, the Senior Juvenile Justice Policy Associate at the Children’s Defense Fund – New York, speaks outside City Hall on behalf of the Rai
The Westchester Children's Association interviews various advocates to get a local perspective of Raise The Age in New York State.