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Alexander, B.K. Standing in the Wake: A Critical Auto/Ethnographic Exercise on Reflexivity in Three Movements.

Applying for Change. [Video]. http://youtu.be/7AY1w2YZtg4

Banks, D. & Oliveira, A. (2011). Young men’s initiative. Reports to the Mayor from the Chairs. 1-23.

Barth, R., Duncan, D., Hodorowics, M., & Kum, H. (2010). Felonious arrests of former foster care and TANF-involved youth. Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research. 1(2), 104-123.

Benedetto, M. (2005). An ounce of prevention: A foster youth’s substantive due process right to proper preparation for emancipation. UC Davis Journal of Juvenile Law & Policy. 9(2), 381-425.

Berlak, A. (2004). Confrontation and Pedagogy: Cultural Secrets, Trauma, and Emotion in Anti-oppressive. In M. Boler (ed), Democractic Dialogue in Education: Troubling Speech, Disturbing Silence (pp. 123-144). New York: Peter Lang.

Book ‘Em: Undereducated, Overincarcerated [Video]


Charting a better future for transitioning foster youth. (2011). American Bar Association, Commission on Youth at Risk. 1-173.

Chi Raq by Will Robson-Scott – https://vimeo.com/71890090

Conger, D. & Rebeck, A. (2001). How children’s foster care experiences affect their education.Vera Institute of Justice. 1-60.

Conley, T.L. (2013). (Under review). Changing the Milieu Through Participatory Design of a Text Messaging Service for Court-Involved Youth.

Creating supportive relationships for teens in care. (2007). New York State Office of Children and Family Services. 1-53.

Cunningham, A. & Baker, L. (2004). Invisible victims: The children of women in prison. Voices for Children. 1-12.

Echoes of Incarceration. [Video] http://mediathatmattersfest.org/films/echoes_of_incarceration

Education is the lifeline for youth in foster sare. (2011). Research Highlights on Education and Foster Care. 1-16.

Farber, J., Bensky, L., & Alpert, L. (2009). The long road home: A study of children stranded in New York City foster care. Children’s Rights. 1-230.

Fernandes, A. (2008). Youth transitioning from foster care: Background, federal programs, and issues for congress. CRS Report for Congress. 1-152.

Flango, V. & Sydow, N. (2011). Educational well-being: Court outcome measures for children in foster care. Future Trends in State Courts 2011 Special Focus on Access to Justice. 123-128.

Foster Stories. [Video] http://www.snagfilms.com/films/title/foster_stories

Freundlich, M. (2011). The adolescent brain: New research and its implications for young people transitioning from foster care. Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative. 1-49.

Hansen, D. T. (2010). Cosmopolitanism and Education: A View from the Ground. Teachers College Record, 112 (1), 1-30.

Hilliard, T. (2011). Fostering careers. Center for Urban Future. 1-39.

Home Sweet Home. [Video] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tf12c4u1jFA

The Haunted and the Hated: An Inside Look at NYPD Stop-and-Frisk Policy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7rWtDMPaRD8

The Interrupters. [Video] http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/interrupters/

Juvenile status offenses fact sheet. American Bar Association, Center for Children and the Law.1-3.

Lesko, N. (2012). Act Your Age!: A Cultural Construction of Adolescence. (2nd Edition) New York: Routledge.

Older adolescent permanency and APPLA 2005-2011. (2011). National Resource Center for Permanency and Family Connections. 1-10.

Pipeline: the flow of OCS. (2011). State of Alaska Department of Health and Social Services. 54, 1-4.

Rampton, B. (1999). Deutsch in inner London and the animation of an instructed foreign language. Journal of Sociolinguistics. 3(4), 480-504.

Schultz, K. After the blackbird whistles: Listening to silence in classrooms. Teachers College Record. 112(11), 2833-2849.

Soep, E. (2005). Youth media citizenship: Beyond “youth voice.” Afterschool Matters. 5, 1-11.

Strong families, safe communities: Recommendations to improve New York City’s alternative to detention programs. (2009). The Youth Justice Board. 1-50.

Trauma – Community TV Network – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YD-S5j_SZRM&feature=youtu.be

Vasudevan, L. & DeJaynes, T. (Eds) (2013). Arts, Media, and Justice: Multimodal Explorations with Youth. Peter Lang: New York.

We all go through things. [Video] http://youtu.be/wm6Is41csCc

Why I Love Oaktown (Youth Radio podcast)


Wissman, K & Wiseman, A. (2011). That’s my worst nightmare: poetry and trauma in the middle school classroom. Pedagogies: An International Journal. 6(30), 234-249.

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