South King County Discipline Coalition – Listening Session For Youth – Part 2

Listening Session For Youth will be hosted by South King County Discipline Coalition. The goal of these listening sessions is to elevate the Black, Indigenous, Pacific Islander, and Latinx community voices in the conversation about ongoing reform to public school systems that serve our communities. Part Two is a...

Disrupting the School-to-Prison Pipeline

"Disrupting the School-to-Prison Pipeline," an online, interactive, We Belong & Matter Community Conversation, presented by Sound Discipline in partnership with CHOOSE 180, The Freedom Project WA, and the documentary film Since I Been Down. SPEAKER BIOS: Jimmy Hung, Chief Deputy Prosecutor of the Juvenile Division, King County...

South King County Discipline Coalition – Listening Session – Part 3

Virtual Listening Session will be hosted by South King County Discipline Coalition. The goal of these listening sessions is to elevate the Black, Indigenous, Pacific Islander, and Latinx community voices in the conversation about ongoing reform to public school systems that serve our communities. Part Three:...

The Gault Center – Decriminalizing “Play” and Educating Stakeholders on the Value of Play in Healthy Adolescent Development

The Gault Center and the Georgetown Juvenile Justice Clinic & Initiative invite you to the 2022 Racial Justice Training Series. Join for monthly interactive strategy sessions designed to bolster youth defenders’ racial justice advocacy with research, data, and themes from The Rage of Innocence: How America Criminalizes Black Youth by Kristin Henning....

South King County Discipline Coalition – Listening Session For Youth – Part 3

Virtual Listening Session For Youth will be hosted by South King County Discipline Coalition. The goal of these listening sessions is to elevate the Black, Indigenous, Pacific Islander, and Latinx community voices in the conversation about ongoing reform to public school systems that serve our communities. Part Three...

Levinar – Accessing a Remote Legislative Session

Webinar hosted by League of Education Voters: Students from Washington Legislative Youth Advisory Council, advocates from TeamChild and Disability Rights Washington, and parents discuss how a virtual Washington legislative session impacts the ability of advocates to have voices heard, know what is happening in Olympia, and...

The Gault Center – Decriminalizing Fashion & Culture for Youth of Color

This is the third session of The Gault Center and the Georgetown Juvenile Justice Clinic & Initiative's  2022 Racial Justice Training Series and Book Club. Prof. Kristin Henning and Ebony Howard, Deputy Director of The Gault Center, will be joined by Prof. Andrea L. Dennis, Associate Dean for Faculty Development...

Law Library Sessions at Green Hill School

TeamChild is hosting a youth event at Green Hill School about self advocacy and to get input from youth who are incarcerated about the legal information and resources they need. There will be follow up and youth participation to design materials that meet their needs....

Your Rights After State v. Blake

Clearing drug possession convictions - Your rights after State v. Blake Did you know the Washington Supreme Court ruled that the law for simple possession was unconstitutional as it was written? This unconstitutional law has affected thousands of people across Washington State. Join Northwest Justice...

GiveBIG 2022

GiveBIG is a statewide fundraising campaign where individuals and organizations come together across Washington to invest in our communities. GiveBIG 2022 launched on April 19 and culminates in a 48-hour giving event on May 3-4! Help TeamChild reimagine systems and supports for young people that...

Honoring Emijah Smith – a virtual celebration

On May 12th TeamChild will honor Emijah Smith during a virtual celebration with our community. Emijah is a community queen. She holds a master’s degree in public administration from UW Evans School of Public Policy and Governance. She invests her time towards racial justice by...

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