Tag 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

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

Reflections on a Visit to Family Court

This year, I’m taking a course called “Youth, Media and Educational Justice” (YMEJ), description is below. The course is taught by a teaching team consisting of my advisor and mentor, Dr. Lalitha Vasudevan, another mentor… Continue reading