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Through Her Eyes Blog

Tell Me About Me by Angie

• October 2, 2013
Tell Me About Me by Angie

Tell me why I feel abandoned When I abandoned you Tell me how I’m honest When I don’t know the truth Tell me why I sit in darkness When I could be in the light Tell me how I’m such a fighter When I don’t know how to fight Tell me why I write so […]

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Split Personality by Angel

• October 2, 2013
Split Personality by Angel

I’m the girl dazed and confused I’m the girl wearing rotten shoes I’m the work who’s Always on the news I’m the girl that smells like booze I’m the girl Askin’ for a Dollar or two I’m the girl that’s lying to you I’m the girl skipping to her own tune I’m the girl who […]

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Girls' Justice Blog-o-lution

Angelique Kwabenah on Teaching in the Juvenile Justice System

• October 2, 2013
Angelique Kwabenah on Teaching in the Juvenile Justice System

Teachers work hard and that work often goes unrecognized, especially in a setting like a Juvenile Detention Center. It is in a place such as this that a student needs a life line and the smallest gesture of educational support and encouragement can make the biggest difference. In light of Youth Justice Awareness Month, we […]

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A View from the Front Lines: When Girls are Strong, Communities are Strong

• October 1, 2013
A View from the Front Lines: When Girls are Strong, Communities are Strong

By Seyny Dressler, Laveisha Mobley Cummings and Felicia Wells As Directors for Youth Advocate Programs (YAP) in Tampa and Orlando Florida, and Savannah Georgia, we have witnessed firsthand many of the extraordinary challenges girls in the juvenile justice system face. Our experiences with girls in both the juvenile justice and child welfare systems reveal childhoods […]

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