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of African-American Youth in our Juvenile Court System (Alternatives to Detention)

Tucson High School

Tech Building Rm. T-186 400 N. Second Avenue Tucson, AZ 85705 (Parking available in back of school, 8th Street and Euclid)

Saturday, May 31, 2008 8:30 a.m. - 2:15 p.m.

Continental Breakfast and Lunch Provided Come and learn more about the JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM • The IMPACT it has on our community • Parents and youth are invited to share their feedback on WHAT WORKS & WHAT DOES NOT WORK • SUGGESTIONS, COMMENTS, QUESTIONS, and/or CONCERNS will be heard • Your FEEDBACK is needed! Service Providers working with youth in the Juvenile Justice System are encouraged to attend this forum to discuss possible collaborations with and for the community

Keynote Speaker

JAKADA IMANI,

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH * Tucson Urban League (TUL) www.tucsonurbanleague.org * National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) www.naacp.org * Pima County Juvenile Court Center (PCJCC) www.pcjcc.pima.gov

Executive Director Ella Baker Center – Books Not Bars Campaign

SPONSORED BY Tucson-Southern Arizona Black Chamber of Commerce (TSABCC) www.tsabcc.org RSVP 740-4405 or Jessica.maldonado@pcjcc.pima.gov Limited transportation provided, call for more information.

SHAKA BARROWS,

Special Guest

Program Manager, Community Justice Network for Youth

Poster  

incarceration

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