Racial & Ethnic Disparities Coordinators

Designated State Agency Racial & Ethnic Disparities Coordinators

The Racial and Ethnic Disparities Coordinator Community provides a forum for connecting with peers and sharing innovative ideas, information, and resources for implementing policy, practice, and system improvement strategies at the state, territorial, local, and tribal levels, as applicable, to identify and reduce racial and ethnic disparities among youth who come into contact with the juvenile justice system. 

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R/ED Speaker Series: Juvenile Hearing Boards of Rhode Island: A Restorative Justice Based State Diversion Intervention

As a strategy for disrupting the school-to-prison pipeline, Rhode Island has introduced Juvenile Hearing Boards in 30 of 39 of their counties. Hear from the leadership that is deeply involved in the program about the successes and challenges of implementing this…

R/ED Second Session: Speaker Series: Knowledge Equals Power - Empowering Young People with Information Prior to Justice Contact

Street law is a global nonpartisan nonprofit that advances civic and law related education to help bring about positive personal and community change. Learn how Street Law’s Legal Life Skills and Police & Teens programs can serve as a valuable resource and…

R/ED Speaker Series: Strategies for Moving the Discussion Forward Around Disproportionality at Arrest

This webinar, the first of a three-part series, focused on Strategies for Moving the Discussion Forward Around Disproportionality at Arrest. This session held space for uncomfortable and frank conversations about how to leverage R/ED plans, State Advisory Group (SAG)…