Centro para el Desarrollo de la Mujer (CYWD). "Después de años de trabajar con mujeres jóvenes de las calles y recluidas por el sistema judicial y de escuchar sus reclamos por más información acerca de sus derechos legales, el Centro ha desarrollado este manual, primero de su clase, para brindar a las jóvenes y sus familias esta información tan necesaria acerca de cómo manejarse en el sistema judicial de menores. Sabemos cuán crucial es esta información. Esperamos que este manual responda a tus preguntas y te sirva como guía para enfrentar el sistema."
Immigrant Justice Network. "Deportation. If immigrant has a final administrative order of deportation/removal, and no stay of deportation, ICE may deport him/her. Consulate usually issues travel documents first."
Immigrant Justice Network. "Intake: Probation: •Gather info about youth, inc. imm status • Imm info provided to Court/DA/ICE • Referral to JJ, adult criminal court • Initial decision to detain based on imm. status"
Immigrant Legal Resource Center. "Immigration issues are tricky. There are many ways in which your immigration status – whether you’re a green card holder or undocumented – can impact your ability to get a job, go to college, or even remain in the United States. That’s why we created this resource especially for immigrant youth. We hope you find it useful."
The Center for Young Women’s Development (CYWD). "After years of working with young women from the streets and locked facilities and hearing their cries for more information about their legal rights, The Center developed this first of its kind handbook to provide youth and their families much needed information on how to navigate through the juvenile justice system. We understand how crucial this information is. Hopefully, this handbook will answer
your questions and help guide you in dealing with the system."
W.K. Kellogg Foundation. "The program logic model is defined as a picture of how your organization does its work – the theory and assumptions underlying the program.A program logic model links outcomes (both short- and long-term) with program activities/processes and the theoretical assumptions/principles of the program."
A DataCenter Report and National Survey of Grassroots. "Presents the struggles, victories, strengths and challenges of grassroots groups organizing for criminal justice reform across the country. Drawn from a national survey and in-depth interviews with members and clients of these groups, the report offers the insights and analyses of long-time organizers and emerging leaders, in their own words."
Applied Research Center. "This kit provides options for the kind of action work your organization can undertake. The options will vary from location to location depending upon resources, how many people are active in your group, and how much time they have—even if you are unable to develop a large event, doing any scale of activity in the tool kit is useful."
Prepared for The Gathering for Justice Convention by Prison Moratorium Project. Includes "Juvenile Population FAQ Juvenile Poverty FAQ Juvenile Education FAQ Juvenile Statutes FAQ Juvenile Arrests FAQ Juveniles in Secure Detention FAQ Disproportionate Minority Confinement (DMC) by State"
The Child Welfare League of America. "During the past decade, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) adolescents have become increasingly visible in our families, communities, and systems of care. A significant number of these youth are in the custody of child welfare or juvenile justice agencies. Yet the public systems that are charged with their care and well-being have been unresponsive to their needs and slow to acknowledge that LGBT children and adolescents are in urgent need of appropriate and equitable care."