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Resources (Organizations, Support Groups, Contacts, etc.) for Post-Incarcerated Youth broken down by region
Information, resources and websites to better understand the Prison Industrial Complex (P.I.C.) as well as links or organizations currently working around issues of the P.I.C.
Helpful websites on reading, math, transitioning, GED and tutoring and links to paperwork
List of books, movies, websites and other media for cultural identity groups as well as links to local cultural/performance groups
Other Work within Prisons
Prison Studies Project: National Directoy of higher education inside prisons
Prison Arts Coalition: The Prison Arts Coalition (PAC) is an independent space providing information and resources for people creating art in and around the American criminal justice system.
Education from the Inside Out: The Education from the Inside Out Coalition is a nonpartisan collaborative of advocates whose mission is to remove barriers to higher education facing students in prison.
Statistics and Informations about the Juvenile Justice System
A Reexamination of Youth Involvement in the Adult Criminal Justice System in Washington: Implications of New Findings about Juvenile Recidivism and Adolescent Brain Development (link to .pdf) A report by the Washington Coalition for the Just Treatment of Youth, published at Columbia Legal Services
No Place for Kids: The Case for Reducing Juvenile Incarceration assembles a vast array of evidence to demonstrate that incarcerating kids doesn't work: Youth prisons do not reduce future offending, they waste taxpayer dollars, and they frequently expose youth to dangerous and abusive conditions, published by the Annie E. Casey Foundation
Campaign for Youth Justice: Information, facts, Research and action around ending the practice of trying, sentencing and incarcerating youth under the age of 18 as adults.