Our Kids in Crisis: Latino Youth and the Juvenile Justice System
17.00 in HIGH x 11.00 in WIDE
(43.18 cm HIGH x 27.94 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Printed in bottom right corner of graphic, "By: / Spider / Mi ViDa Loca / Mag."

Poster printed with black and green ink on white paper. "Our Kids in Crisis: Latino Youth and the Juvenile Justice System" is printed at top. A green and black graphic fills the center of the page that shows two youths walking down a road flanked by signs that read "California Youth Authority / Substance Abuse / Child Protective services" at left and "School System / Law Enforcement / Juvenile Court" at right. At center, the road splits in two directions. The road to the left leads to a prison complex and the road to the right leads to a stepped pyramid with animal figures labeled "Justicia." The caption under the graphic reads, "La Raza Law Journal presents a symposium to address the various inequities within the juvenile justice system and facilitate discussion about real alternatives to the current system which disadvantages Latino youth." A list of participants for three panels is printed on the lower portion of the page. The date and location of April 17, 1999 at UC Berkeley is noted at bottom center above a list of sponsors.
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