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Supporting youth and families involved in the criminal justice system

Black youth are disproportionately represented in the criminal justice system. Many times, youth are unfairly treated within the system, and other times community and educational experience can disproportionately lead Black youth to engage in criminal behaviour. The structure and practice of anti-Black racism in Canada is complex, however, many institutions are beginning to understand how […]

Black Youth Space

Kujenga Wellness Project, Nicole Perryman collaborated with the Black Youth Space to support their parent session. The sessions were geared to supporting parents with their role, seeking supports, and ensuring they invest in their wellness and health. Black Youth Space is hosted by the Urban Alliance on Race Relations. The Urban Alliance on Race Relations […]

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