RSVP FOR 11/15: JUVENILE JUSTICE COMMUNITY FORUM

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Come join us at a special community meeting to learn about ways to support youth leaving the juvenile justice system.

In the summer of 2016, Camp Sweeney Freedom Schools partnered with CA State Assemblyman Tony Thurmond to engage the young men residing at the juvenile detention camp in leadership development activities to identify ways to improve re-entry services for youth coming out of the juvenile justice system.

Through this effort, a youth-led bill and strategy has been developed to help expand services offered for youth in California when they leave juvenile detention camps in the state.

AB 1488 was developed by youth in detention to ensure that youth receive comprehensive wraparound services (housing, counseling, education, career training, legal support, and more) upon leaving the juvenile justice system.

Come to the meeting to:

  • Learn about the bill and the strategy
  • Provide feedback
  • Look for ways to partner with the effort
  • This meeting is open to the public. Those in attendance will include:
  • Youth and youth advocates
  • Family members of adjudicated youth 
  • Policy makers and experts
  • Funders
  • Youth serving organizations

RSVP for 10/24: Lincoln Hosts Dolores Huerta, Civil Rights Leader and Activist

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Lincoln Training Institute is excited to announce that Dolores Huerta, Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient for her work as a Civil Rights leader and activist will be joining us at the First Congregational Church in Oakland on 10/24. She will share her wisdom and life experience in the social justice and labor rights movement that has changed lives across the country and inspired minds around the world.

Charlottesville Offers Schools a Teaching Moment

While the country reels over Charlottesville, children ready their backpacks for the first day of school. Teachers place the finishing touches on the walls of their classrooms. As we reflect on our upcoming lessons, many of us are grappling with how to respond to the insidious events witnessed worldwide in a small college town in Virginia.