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CFYJ Podcast

Immigrant Youth and Juvenile Justice With Eddy Zheng

Immigrant Youth and Juvenile Justice With Eddy Zheng
  • Host: David Crosby, Campaign For Youth Justice Communication Associate
  • Guest: Eddy Zheng who became involved in the justice system by getting entangled in the migration to school to prison and deportation pipeline. As an immigrant coming into this country, he was dealing with the trauma of being uprooted from his homeland and facing language barriers, cultural difference, and generation gaps. Eddy has taken these experiences since his release and is now an advocate for youth justice, particularly Asia-Pacific Island youth entangled in the justice system.

Parents Navigating the Juvenile Justice System

Parents Navigating the Juvenile Justice System
  • Host: Harmeet Kamboj, Campaign For Youth Justice Communication Associate
  • Guest: Michelle Hannemann a mother of an incarcerated youth. Throughout this episode, she shares a parent's perspective on the juvenile justice system. Michelle discusses how her son being transferred to an adult court caused her to lose influence and contact with her son due to his transfer.

Clemency with Brian Harrington

Clemency with Brian Harrington

Episode 2: Clemency with Brian Harrington

  • Host: David Crosby, Campaign For Youth Justice Communication Associate
  • Guest: Brian Harrington, incarcerated as a youth, sits down to discuss his impending clemency hearing on April 11th. Brian documents his experiences and the harsh reality of being 14 years old and sentenced to 25 years in prison. Help us in shedding light on Brian's story by listening, sharing, and engaging in the best ways to help.

Racial Profiling Within the JJ System

Racial Profiling Within the JJ System

Episode 1: Racial Disparities

  • Host: Harmeet Kamboj, Campaign For Youth Justice Communication Associate
  • Guest: Jeff Wallace, an former incarcerated youth, sits down to discuss the racial disparities found in the juvenile justice system. Wallace shares his experiences, along with discussing his role in assisting youths of color navigate the juvenile justice system. Wallace talks trauma-informed care and policy efforts that we can take to help mitigate the effects of the juvenile justice system