On Tuesday October 7th and Thursday October 9th, 13 Sub/Urban Justice youth and young adult leaders collected 26 stories about people’s experienced with the School to Prison Pipeline as part of a national week of action. Blog post by PULSE intern Roberto, Boston College ’15. Photos by PULSE intern Megan, Boston College ’17.
The youth leaders at Sub/Urban Justice endeavored two weeks ago to learn and actively change the pattern known as the School-to-Prison Pipeline. In its most basic form, this system describes the policies and laws in place on behalf of school systems and the legal systems that perpetuate youth detainment and imprisonment. Read more ›
On September 21st, Sub/Urban Justice youth leaders and alumni joined 400,000 people to march for justice and a transformed environment in New York City. Sub/Urban Justice teen Gabe wrote this blog post about his experience and the questions about movement-building coming out of the People’s Climate March.
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One of the building blocks of effective social justice work is celebrating when we have a positive impact. Check out this resource that Boston Mobilization summer intern Ayesha created! It tells the story of an environmental justice campaign Ayesha was part of in high school that is successfully decreasing asthma-causing diesel emissions in Brookline!