Category Archive: Court-Involved Youth

Final [Love] Letter: An Interwoven Audit Trail…

An Interwoven Audit Trail of My Explorations of/with Court-Involved Youth as Told Through Anzaldua’s Seven Stages of Knowing (conocimiento) * See [Love] Letter V: A Note to Self for the introduction/context to this piece * rupture,… Continue reading

[Love] Letter V: A Note to Self

September 16, 2014 I’m not gonna lie. I only skimmed through the piece. It’s the second week of the semester, I’m still settling in, getting back into ‘school-mode.’ Plus, I’ve read Gloria Anzaldua’s… Continue reading

[Love] Letter IV: Have You Seen This Girl?

Dear Abbie,* Well, it finally happened this morning… The coffee was brewing behind me, the blup blup pop of water percolating through the system felt comforting on an early Tuesday morning, warming my… Continue reading

[Love] Letter III: Dear J.

The third piece in my series of love letters dedicated to the experiences and people that have touched me over the course of the yearlong seminar entitled, “Youth, Media and Educational Justice.” The latest… Continue reading

[Love] Letter, Part II: Making the Invisible Visible

A significant part of this work–doing work about, and more importantly with, court-involved youth–is the commitment to raise awareness and start conversations about the juvenile justice system, about family court, and the realities of court-involved… Continue reading

Intersections of Youth, Art, and Educational Justice: Juvenile in Justice Project

Juvenile in Justice is an image-based project aiming to document the placement and treatment of American Juveniles housed by law in facilities that treat, confine, punish, assist and, occasionally, harm them. Richard Ross, a California-based… Continue reading