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What Chesa Boudin’s Recall Means for Children With Incarcerated Parents
If we want to seriously reform our criminal justice system, we need to listen to those who have felt the human costs of incarceration.
June 30, 2022
What Young People Face Without “Roe”
With power in the hands of the states after
Dobbs v. Jackson
, college students are ready to continue the decades-long fight for abortion rights.
June 28, 2022
We Need Less Harvard, Not More
Expanding enrollment at Ivy League institutions won’t solve inequality or fix our broken education system.
June 27, 2022
The NYU Policing Project’s Dirty Money Dilemma
A coalition of law students at New York University has condemned the nonprofit for partnering with various police technology, surveillance, and weaponry companies.
June 24, 2022
What Happens to Children Who Lose a Parent?
A child with an incarcerated parent suffers disadvantages that are as bad, or worse, as those faced by a child with a parent who died.
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June 21, 2022
Stanford’s New School of Sustainability Is a Gift to Fossil Fuel Companies
The university seems set to replicate the mistakes of past climate research: soliciting oil and gas funding, while paying lip service to environmental justice.
June 17, 2022
Why Canceling Student Debt Should Be a Universal Benefit
The lesson from the Corinthian debt strikers: Should President Biden cancel student loan debt, it should be done without making debtors jump through hoops.
June 14, 2022
To Prevent the Next School Shooting, We Should Listen to Young People
Young people demand that schools shift from a punitive and policing approach toward restorative practices.
June 13, 2022
Young People in Georgia Can Change Our Future
We can’t sit out of the 2022 elections. That’s why we formed the state chapter of Voters of Tomorrow for Georgia.
June 10, 2022
What Online Learning Taught Me
As an eighth-grade student in New York City, here’s what attending school during the pandemic was like for me.