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McAuliffe High School Dominates 50-0 Halftime

McAuliffe High School week 4 Match up against Firebaugh HS ends with a 50-0 Halftime score, forcing the home team to forfeit competition. The Mustangs have a very talented group of young men that are proving to the world after being sentenced to serve Juvenile Camp sentences that they deserve to be recognized playing their […]

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Halting the Criminalization of Adolescence panel, DC

Alton Pitre speaks on panel Halting the Criminalization of Adolescence – CBCF – ALC 2015 – Washington, DC Photo Gallery:  [Show slideshow]

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Changing Youth Lives Through Testimony and Awareness|By Alton Pitre – Juvenile Justice Advocate

Campaign for Youth Justice| Published October 1st, 2015|By Alton Pitre Several years ago I found myself facing adult time as a teen in Los Angeles. I was held in detention for two years, serving dead time fighting my “fitness,” a court process where they were “determining” if I would be tried as a juvenile or […]

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OP-ED: From the Jailhouse to Morehouse to Whitehouse

    BY: Alton Pitre|March 31st, 2015| Juvenile Justice Information Exchange I felt like a young politician last week during my four-day visit to Washington, D.C., with the Anti-Recidivism Coalition on our policy trip. From meetings with members of Congress to a meeting with a deputy assistant to the president in the White House, I got […]

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AFRICAN IN AMERICA NETWORK[A.i.A] – THE COST OF LIVING [IMPROVISATIONAL FILM]

Richard “Dick” Gregory – [OCT 12, 1932 – AUG 19, 2017] – African civil rights activist, comedian, and Entrepreneur

Richard “Dick” Gregory – [OCT 12, 1932 – AUG 19, 2017] – African civil rights activist, comedian, and Entrepreneur