When Juvenile Crimes Mean Decades of Incarceration Part 4: Voices of People Incarcerated for Decades for Juvenile Crimes

By Alice Doyel Guest blogger   This is an expansive topic, well beyond the limits of this blog post. Therefore, I provided several links for those of you who wish to read, hear, and understand more about this subject. Introduction David Alan Sklansky, Stanford Law School Professor and Co-Director of Stanford Criminal Justice Center. His … Read more When Juvenile Crimes Mean Decades of Incarceration Part 4: Voices of People Incarcerated for Decades for Juvenile Crimes

When Juvenile Crimes Mean Decades of Incarceration Part 1 of 4: Historic Background

By Alice Doyel Guest blogger   Frederick Douglass Frederick Douglass, one of the greatest minds in American history, was born into slavery in the early 1800s. Douglass would live to see the Civil War, Emancipation, Black men getting the right to vote with the 15th amendment, and the beginning of the terrors and humiliations of … Read more When Juvenile Crimes Mean Decades of Incarceration Part 1 of 4: Historic Background