A New Day for the Nation – and For California

2020-2021 REPORT
Thanks to the tireless work of our community partners and commitment from network members, we witnessed tremendous progress in the fight for youth justice in California.

Partner to Stop the Hate for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

by The East Bay Community Foundation This past year has been deeply challenging and the events in Atlanta on Tuesday of this week in which eight people were murdered, including six Asian women, […]

Closing DJJ The Right Way, Two-Part Webinar Series – Part One

Monday, February 8th, 1-2:30PM PST

Co-sponsored with California Funders for Boys and Men of Color In September 2020, Governor Newsom signed SB 823, a historic bill that will lead to the closure of California’s Division of […]

Closing DJJ The Right Way, Two-Part Webinar Series – Part Two

Wednesday, February 17th, 3-4:30PM PST

Co-sponsored with California Funders for Boys and Men of Color In September 2020, Governor Newsom signed SB 823, a historic bill that will lead to the closure of California’s Division of […]

Behind a Funding Push for Boys and Young Men of Color, Lived Experience and Trust in Grantees

By Inside Philanthropy

California to phase out Division of Juvenile Justice, creating an opportunity for substantial reform

By Kiara Quaranta/Cronkite News. Photo by Jobs For Felons Hub/Creative Commons.

History was made today!

For more than 15 years, youth organizers and the Liberty Hill Community have been advocating for youth development, not youth incarceration. For the last three years, we’ve been laser focused […]

Thanks to Communities of Color, this is a Moment of Opportunity, Solidarity and Hope

This is truly a momentous win for our democracy, for representation and for a new narrative about the communities too often left behind in this country. If there was ever […]