Juvenile In Justice

Incarcerated youth, photo from “Juvenile-in-Justice.”
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In his latest work, renowned photographer and researcher Richard Ross opens our eyes to the harsh realities of America’s juvenile justice system. For his new book,” Juvenile In Justice,” Ross photographed and interviewed more than 1,000 youths over a five-year period, in juvenile detention facilities across the country. The result is powerful and haunting. WPSU’s Patty Satalia talks with Ross, a professor of art at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

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Bryson
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Dec 06, 2012

I’m grateful you made the post. It’s cleeard the air for me.

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