Ending the School to Prison Pipeline

This program was recorded on September 20th, 2021.

A juvenile record is a gateway to mass incarceration. How do we stop the school-to-prison pipeline? An average of $33,000 is spent on an incarcerated individual. Imagine if we could reinvest those dollars into our children and their education. Furthermore, children who go to juvenile detention are not the only ones affected. Together, we can create new pipelines for the success of all children and our communities. Dr. Artika Tyner will share information about the school to prison pipeline and introduce 3 key strategies for ending the school to prison pipeline. Dr. Tyner is a passionate educator, lawyer, author, sought-after speaker, and advocate for justice. In recognition of her leadership and service, she is the recipient of more than two dozen awards that include: Women in Business, American Small Business Champion, International Educator Citizen, and American Bar Association Difference Makers.

Books:

The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander 

The Little Book of Restorative Justice by Howard Zehr 

Blind Spots:  Hidden Biases of Good People by Mahzarin Banaji and Anthony Greenwald

 Websites:

Planting People Growing Justice Institute:  https://www.ppgjli.org/ 

Restorative Justice in Oakland School District:  https://www.ousd.org/Page/12324 

Legal Rights Center (MN):  https://www.legalrightscenter.org/youth-education-advocacy-restorative-services.html 

Juvenile Detention Alternative Institute:  http://jdai-mn.org/purpose/, opens a new window 

NABU:  https://www.nabu.org/ 

Model Cities:  https://www.modelcities.org/model-cities-st-paul/youth-services-programs/community-coaching/ 

Harvard Implicit Association Test:  https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/, opens a new window 

This program is funded by the Friends of the Ramsey County Libraries and co-sponsored by Do Good Roseville.

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