Every decade or so, a book is written in a manner which will serve
as the primary cause for needed change and changes, whether it be the legal system, our system of law enforcement or those
texts which continuously change the way America deals with members of the criminal and/or the incarcerated community.
These changes can ultimately alter the way we see things around
us, and how we deal with one another.
Often, a book will come our way which will, at best, make us not
only step back and consider our current pathways, but also guide us toward enhancing our present lives and lifestyles.
What is always needed is a solution or a remedy for dealing
with our national problems, one being young men caught up in America's criminal justice system.
PERSPECTIVE ON THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM, ECONOMICS AND AFRICAN-AMERICAN BOYS...
is just such a book. It was researched, developed and written by
a career veteran juvenile supervision professional to serve those who live and work in America's Black communities, as well
as those who continue to strive to make a difference in that global village community.
While AN AFRICAN-AMERICAN PERSPECTIVE
ON THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM, ECONOMICS AND AFRICAN-AMERICAN BOYS focuses on a sensitive, but important and timely issue,
that being the plight of Black youth in America, important concepts are presented from the perspectives of awareness, training,
intervention and prevention.
It also offers a grim examination of the current status of those young people caught
up in the criminal justice system.
As a vital part of introducing this new and insightful book, a revealing
VHS video addressing Juvenile Justice is also being made available, enabling you to understand both sides of this important
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AN AFRICAN-AMERICAN PERSPECTIVE
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ECONOMICS AND AFRICAN-AMERICAN BOYS