Archive for August 4th, 2012

Injustice in the James Prindle Case with Steve Sydebotham

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James Prindle was 15 years old when he was arrested for the sexual assault of his twenty three month old sister. This tragic event occurred in Memphis, Tennessee in August, 2010.

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Judicial Injustice

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Perry Redd’s run-down on why we struggle in America…

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Pink Balloon Day for Madeleine 12th August – Freeway Ricky Ross Social Media

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On the 12th August we would like everyone to release a pink balloon with a label about Madeleine attached to remind the world that this little girl is still mi……

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Where is the Love? Juvenile Injustice USA – TheOutsidersNetwork

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Believing that there are fundamental, emotional and intellectual differences between children and adults, Advocates for Abandoned Adolescents’ mission is to …

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Where is the Love? Juvenile Injustice USA – TheOutsidersNetwork

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Believing that there are fundamental, emotional and intellectual differences between children and adults, Advocates for Abandoned Adolescents’ mission is to …

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A 13-Year-Old’s Slavery Analogy Raises Some Uncomfortable Truths in School – Education – GOOD

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13-year-old Jada Williams’ essay compared Douglass’ story about being kept from reading with her experience in a struggling school.

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If These Walls Could Talk

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The words you are about to hear spring from the hearts, minds, and mouths of the youngest members of America’s prison system.

Writing from within juvenile halls across the country, these young men, women, girls and boys reveal childhoods and teen years so often defeated by aspects of the lives they have lived so far. 

Refuge can be found in the inner life. A way back out is through their words.

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