Promoting Adolescent Resilience, Storytelling, & Reform

In this final session of our 2022-2023 Racial Justice Training Series and Book Club, Prof. Kristin Henning, Director of the Juvenile Justice Clinic & Initiative at Georgetown Law, and Mary Ann Scali, Executive Director of the Gault Center, were joined by Clarence Ford, Social Justice and Wellbeing Advisor at the W. Haywood Burns Institute; Prof. Christy E. Lopez, Professor from Practice and Faculty Co-Director of the Center for Innovations in Community Safety at Georgetown Law; and Jonathan Stith, National Director and Founding Member of the Alliance for Educational Justice.

This session was built around Chapter 12, #BlackBoyJoy and #BlackGirlMagic: Adolescent Resilience and Systems Reform, of Prof. Henning’s book, The Rage of Innocence: How America Criminalizes Black Youth.

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Categories: Resource Library, Training, Video
Tags: Adolescent Development, Racial Justice, Racial Justice Training Series, RJTS 2022