African American Juvenile Justice Project On The Local Take With Kiplyn Primus
A better justice system would be one that provided for a life and a path for the offender as well as the crime victim. The disproportionate incarceration of young black men in America leaves many of them with no chance without some measure of reform in the way we all view the system. Kiplyn Primus will talk about it live at a National Center for Civil and Human Rights/PNC Bank Panel Discussion at the museum on Sunday March 1. This morning on the Local Take on 91.9 FM WCLK Kiplyn was joined by Panelist Sherri Jefferson, founder of the African American Juvenile Justice Project for a conversation about what it means and to preview this upcoming WCLK Community Engagement Event.
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