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Painting Pictures: Reframing the World of Inner-City Youth By Corey D. James
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“… Corey D. James presents an unvarnished look at urban life… which immediately captures readers’ attention with horrific stories of children being ruthlessly gunned down... More > and the notorious school to prison pipeline… but “Painting Pictures” is no sob story…” Cheryl Wills, Nationally recognized award-winning television personality and author, “The Emancipation of Grandpa Sandy Wills” & “Die Free: A Heroic Family Tale” “If you have ever felt hopeful but helpless, driven yet misguided, ready to take on the world except unsure of your purpose; Corey’s story can help your picture emerge…” Aramis Gutierrez, Director of Rutgers Future Scholars “Corey James’ experiences… demonstrate how neighborhood people with credentials of smart street sense and caring make the most solid contribution to helping young people who are otherwise forgotten…” Jeff Fleischer, CEO of Youth Advocate Programs< Less
JUS 520 GRAND CANYON WEEK 2 COMPLETE WORK By Jon Snow
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JUS 520 GRAND CANYON WEEK 2 COMPLETE WORK Just Click on Below Link To Download This Course: URL= http://www.tutorialsexperts.us/product/jus-520-grand-canyon-week-2-complete-work/ Contact... More > US HELP@TUTORIALSEXPERTS.US JUS 520 Grand Canyon Week 2 Complete Work JUS 520 Grand Canyon Week 2 Discussion 1 Restorative justice programs in the United States that have demonstrably succeeded are largely within juvenile justice systems. What is it about juvenile justice models that afford restorative justice programs the best chance to succeed? Support your answer with examples where appropriate. JUS 520 Grand Canyon Week 2 Discussion 2 Are the success stories of restorative justice in juvenile programs accurate in being defined as successful, or is success being claimed to support other social and political agendas? Why or why not? Provide examples where appropriate.< Less
Holiday Blues By Chris Emejuru
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Take two teenage friends, cross their paths with two bad brothers during one holiday break, and this is what you get. The secondary school-attending friends are Jon, schooling out of town at Port... More > Harcourt, and Lasy whose school is closer home to their small town of Aboh near Orlu in eastern Nigeria. Jon's story is one of mistaken identity and is tied to his older sister Mary to whom he has an emotional attachment. Lasy's story is that of pursuit of local fame that puts him in direct competition with bad brother number two, Chamberlain. Set in early 1980s Nigeria, HB captures a bit of the culture and social issues of the time: juvenile delinquency, exam fraud, poor infrastructure, bad electricity, corrupt policemen at road checkpoints, chaotic traffic, malaria, ghetto jungle justice, traditional customs and beliefs. You are also taken on panoramic trips within a rural setting in eastern Nigeria, from east across the River Niger to Lagos in the west, and within Lagos itself.< Less
Holiday Blues By Chris Emejuru
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Take two teenage friends, cross their paths with two bad brothers during one holiday break, and this is what you get. The secondary school-attending friends are Jon, schooling out of town at Port... More > Harcourt, and Lasy whose school is closer home to their small town of Aboh near Orlu in eastern Nigeria. Jon's story is one of mistaken identity and is tied to his older sister Mary to whom he has an emotional attachment. Lasy's story is that of pursuit of local fame that puts him in direct competition with bad brother number two, Chamberlain. Set in early 1980s Nigeria, HB captures a bit of the culture and social issues of the time: juvenile delinquency, exam fraud, poor infrastructure, bad electricity, corrupt policemen at road checkpoints, chaotic traffic, malaria, ghetto jungle justice, traditional customs and beliefs. You are also taken on panoramic trips within a rural setting in eastern Nigeria, from east across the River Niger to Lagos in the west, and within Lagos itself.< Less
Holiday Blues By Chris Emejuru
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Take two teenage friends, cross their paths with two bad brothers during one holiday break, and this is what you get. The secondary school-attending friends are Jon, schooling out of town at Port... More > Harcourt, and Lasy whose school is closer home to their small town of Aboh near Orlu in eastern Nigeria. Jon's story is one of mistaken identity and is tied to his older sister Mary to whom he has an emotional attachment. Lasy's story is that of pursuit of local fame that puts him in direct competition with bad brother number two, Chamberlain. Set in early 1980s Nigeria, HB captures a bit of the culture and social issues of the time: juvenile delinquency, exam fraud, poor infrastructure, bad electricity, corrupt policemen at road checkpoints, chaotic traffic, malaria, ghetto jungle justice, traditional customs and beliefs. You are also taken on panoramic trips within a rural setting in eastern Nigeria, from east across the River Niger to Lagos in the west, and within Lagos itself.< Less
Holiday Blues By Chris Emejuru
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Take two teenage friends, cross their paths with two bad brothers during one holiday break, and this is what you get. The secondary school-attending friends are Jon, schooling out of town at Port... More > Harcourt, and Lasy whose school is closer home to their small town of Aboh near Orlu in eastern Nigeria. Jon's story is one of mistaken identity and is tied to his older sister Mary to whom he has an emotional attachment. Lasy's story is that of pursuit of local fame that puts him in direct competition with bad brother number two, Chamberlain. Set in early 1980s Nigeria, HB captures a bit of the culture and social issues of the time: juvenile delinquency, exam fraud, poor infrastructure, bad electricity, corrupt policemen at road checkpoints, chaotic traffic, malaria, ghetto jungle justice, traditional customs and beliefs. You are also taken on panoramic trips within a rural setting in eastern Nigeria, from east across the River Niger to Lagos in the west, and within Lagos itself.< Less
JUS 620 GRAND CANYON WEEK 8 COMPLETE WORK By Jon Snow
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JUS 620 GRAND CANYON WEEK 8 COMPLETE WORK Just Click on Below Link to Download This Course: URL= http://www.tutorialsexperts.us/product/jus-620-grand-canyon-week-8-complete-work/ Contact... More > Us HELP@TUTORIALSEXPERTS.US JUS 620 Grand Canyon Week 8 Complete Work JUS 620 Grand Canyon Week 8 Module 8 Discussion 1 Do you believe that juvenile offenders should be tried as adults? If so, under what circumstances? If not, why not? JUS 620 Grand Canyon Week 8 Module 8 Discussion 2 Should capital punishment apply to juveniles? Under what circumstances? Explain. JUS 620 Grand Canyon Week 8 Assignment Juvenile Justice Essay Write a 1,250-1,500-word essay that thoroughly explores the following questions: 1. Many states allow juvenile offenders to be tried and subsequently punished as adults. Do you believe that this is an appropriate and effective method 2. of addressing juvenile offenses and offenders? Why or why not?< Less
The “People Power” Job Superbook: Book 12. Law Guide; Law Job Guide (Most Types of Law, World Law; Law Career, Lawyer, Paralegal, Legal Assistant, Scopist, Court Reporting, Judge, Law Librarian) By Tony Kelbrat
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The legal profession has many specialties so you should check with your local specialty organization if one exists. The federal and state governments employ many lawyers and other legal... More > professionals for their courts and many other legal offices in virtually all departments. Also, many of the state bar associations offer some kind of job service. Beyond prosecutor, judge, bailiff and defense attorney, there are many offshoot jobs like administrative, paralegal, probation and parole officer, etc. There's an entire subfield in family court particularly with juvenile justice which has its own court, probation officers, juvenile holding facilities, boot camps, counselors, etc.< Less
The Black Arrow: A Tale of Two Roses By Robert Louis Stevenson
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The Black Arrow: A Tale of the Two Roses is an 1888 novel by Robert Louis Stevenson. The illustrations are by Newell Convers Wyeth(1882-1945) and where published in 1916(Charles Scribner's Sons) for... More > a series of books "The Scribner Illustrated Classics. It is both an historical adventure novel and a romance. The Black Arrow tells the story of Richard (Dick) Shelton during the Wars of the Roses: how he becomes a knight, rescues his lady Joanna Sedley, and obtains justice for the murder of his father, Sir Harry Shelton. Outlaws in Tunstall Forest organized by Ellis Duckworth, whose weapon and calling card is a black arrow, cause Dick to suspect that his guardian Sir Daniel Brackley and his retainers are responsible for his father's murder. Dick's suspicions are enough to turn Sir Daniel against him, so he has no recourse but to escape from Sir Daniel and join the outlaws of the Black Arrow against him. This struggle sweeps him up into the greater conflict surrounding them all.< Less
Glue Works By Bruce Nyland
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“Glue Works” is a practical values and ethics workbook. The main objectives are to moderate antisocial behavior and to promote a sense of communal citizenship. A series of challenging... More > tasks are set in relevant contexts to facilitate these objectives and an assessment regime is included to measure program efficacy. Whilst the program is best suited to juvenile justice settings it could easily be adapted to meet other institutional purposes.< Less

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