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The Rage of Innocence: How America Criminalizes Black Youth

Season 27 Episode 50 | 56m 46s

What happens when teachers, law enforcement, and other adults in positions of authority are less protective and more punitive with certain kids? Kristin Henning has spent 25 years rep­resenting Black children in Washington, D.C.’s juve­nile courts. During her tenure, she has seen, tried, or supervised the trial of almost every offense in the juvenile code.

Aired: 12/14/22
The Rage of Innocence: How America Criminalizes Black Youth
Extras
Steve Phillips talks about his latest book at the City Club of Cleveland.
Emily Flitter shares about the racial wealth gap at the City Club of Cleveland.
Kristin Warzocha joined the team at the Greater Cleveland Food Bank in 2000.
Alana Nichols suffered a traumatic spinal cord injury while snowboarding at the age of 17.
How to improve police response and engagement in our neighborhoods is the topic.
Dean Steinglass's releases a monumental 696-page book, The Ohio Constitution.
The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District has been cleaning wastewater for 50 years.
Cleveland's infant mortality rate is one of the worst in the nation.
Carey Jaros successfully led GOJO Industries during the early days of COVID-19.
A simple conversation model could help citizens bridge the nation's partisan divide.
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Steve Phillips talks about his latest book at the City Club of Cleveland.
Emily Flitter shares about the racial wealth gap at the City Club of Cleveland.
Kristin Warzocha joined the team at the Greater Cleveland Food Bank in 2000.
Alana Nichols suffered a traumatic spinal cord injury while snowboarding at the age of 17.
How to improve police response and engagement in our neighborhoods is the topic.
Dean Steinglass's releases a monumental 696-page book, The Ohio Constitution.
The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District has been cleaning wastewater for 50 years.
Cleveland's infant mortality rate is one of the worst in the nation.
Carey Jaros successfully led GOJO Industries during the early days of COVID-19.
A simple conversation model could help citizens bridge the nation's partisan divide.