Annie E. Casey Foundation Lists Evident Change as Force for Change in Juvenile Justice

 
 

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Annie E. Casey Foundation Lists Evident Change as Force for Change in Juvenile Justice

October 14, 2021 | by Evident Change

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Evident Change is honored to be included on the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s list of national nonprofits “at the forefront of youth justice reform.”

AECF’s blog post describes Evident Change and the other organizations on the list as “part of a movement to make youth justice better and more equitable, especially for the Black, Latino and Indigenous young people who are consistently overrepresented in the nation’s courtrooms and juvenile facilities.” AECF encourages people who want to join this movement to consider connecting with organizations on the list.

We are grateful for the support of the Annie E. Casey Foundation and their ongoing commitment to children, youth, and families!

You can learn more about Evident Change’s work in juvenile justice here.