A much-needed campaign is gaining steam to halt jailing children, especially Indigenous youth, and close down abusive prisons.
Radical Women interviews early childhood educator Mila Fisher, a member of United Workers Union who works for a large nonprofit.
“All this pain, I am feeling inside. Eight months in the system has eaten my pride…I am stuck in Don Dale, when I get out, I promise I won’t fail.”
From the online journal Eteraz Monthly published by leftists in Afghanistan, a look at what two decades of war mean for the young people of the country.
Students, parents, teachers, doctors, and athletes are speaking out against a massive legal assault on trans youth.
Right-wing Supreme Court justices have okayed life without parole for juveniles. Madness!
Thailand’s year-long protests expose the thorough corruption of the “untouchable” monarchy, partnered with the military, and the desperate conditions of workers and refugees.
Grace, a Black 15-year-old special needs student in Michigan, was sentenced to juvenile detention during this pandemic because she didn’t complete her online schoolwork.
The newly-constituted Andrews-Hanson enquiry is a massive step backwards and will undoubtedly entrench existing problems.
High school student Kaiya Yonamine made this beautiful, hard-hitting documentary about the fight in Okinawa to protect an environmentally unique ocean bay from U.S. military plans.