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  • Marian Wright Edelman 01/11/08
    Child Watch® Column: "The Parent Institute For Quality Education: Solutions That Work"
    "At the national summit on the Cradle to Prison Pipeline® Crisis convened by the Children's Defense Fund at Howard University in September, we had the opportunity to hear from a number of national experts about solutions that are working to keep at-risk children off the track to prison and on the path to success....."
  • 11/02/07
    Marian Wright Edelman's La Columna Child Watch®: "Del patio de la escuela al patio de la cárcel"
    En muchas comunidades econ??micamente acomodadas de Estados Unidos, los padres, siguiendo una tradici??n de la familia de generaci??n a generaci??n, matriculan a sus hijos de antemano, de hecho al nacer, en escuelas preescolares selectas con la esperanza de facilitarles el camino hacia las universidades de primera categor??a.
  • 10/26/07
    Marian Wright Edelman's La Columna Child Watch®: "La lucha por el futuro de nuestros hijos en el frente cultural"
    Al compararse con hoy d??a, muchos de los mensajes que recib??an nuestros hijos e hijas en la cultural popular de los a??os 60 y 70 eran positivos o por lo menos no tan da??inos como los de la actualidad. Desafortunadamente, durante los ??ltimos 20 a 25 a??os, muchos de nuestros j??venes se han visto arrinconados en un oscuro callej??n cultural sin salida en que se celebran la violencia, el hedonismo, la misoginia y el materialismo.
  • 10/10/07
    America's Cradle to Prison PipelineSM Report
    This CDF report documents America's Cradle to Prison Pipeline, an urgent national crisis at the intersection of poverty and race that puts Black boys at a one in three lifetime risk of going to jail, and Latino boys at a one in six lifetime risk of the same fate.
  • 10/10/07
    America's Cradle to Prison PipelineSM Report
    This CDF report documents America's Cradle to Prison Pipeline, an urgent national crisis at the intersection of poverty and race that puts Black boys at a one in three lifetime risk of going to jail, and Latino boys at a one in six lifetime risk of the same fate.
  • 09/28/07
    Marian Wright Edelman's La Columna Child Watch®: "Un Llamado a que se Cierre la Cuna a la Cárcel"
    Los Fundadores, o Padres, de la Patria Norteamericana redactaron la Constituci??n como una gu??a indicando, seg??n su Pre??mbulo, c??mo "establecer la justicia", "promover el bien general" y "asegurar las Bendiciones de la Libertad para nosotros y nuestra Posteridad". De alguna manera en los ??ltimos 220 a??os, nuestra naci??n perdi?? el camino y desarroll?? un sistema que ha establecido a los Estados Unidos como la capital penal del mundo.
  • Marian Wright Edelman 04/27/07
    Child Watch® Column: "We Must Stem Gun Violence"
    We must face the hard truth that firearms are so easy to acquire in the United States that lethal mass shootings are mathematically inevitable. Our nation was stunned by Cho Seung Hui's shooting spree at Virginia Tech University where he killed 32 students and professors and wounded 15.
  • Marian Wright Edelman 04/27/07
    Child Watch® Column: "We Must Stem Gun Violence"
    We must face the hard truth that firearms are so easy to acquire in the United States that lethal mass shootings are mathematically inevitable. Our nation was stunned by Cho Seung Hui's shooting spree at Virginia Tech University where he killed 32 students and professors and wounded 15.
  • Marian Wright Edelman 04/13/07
    Child Watch® Column: "A Questionable Child Arrest"
    What goes through a police officer's mind when he's handcuffing a child? That's not a rhetorical question. On March 13th, a police officer arrested seven-year-old Gerard Mungo, Jr., at his home in a low-income Black neighborhood in East Baltimore, Maryland.
  • Marian Wright Edelman 04/13/07
    Child Watch® Column: "A Questionable Child Arrest"
    What goes through a police officer's mind when he's handcuffing a child? That's not a rhetorical question. On March 13th, a police officer arrested seven-year-old Gerard Mungo, Jr., at his home in a low-income Black neighborhood in East Baltimore, Maryland.
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