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The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) at Rutgers University-Camden Presents:
Discussion Lead by Alan Mallach, senior fellow at the Center for Community Progress in Washington DC. Issues include: jobs and the economy, poverty, blight, crime, education, housing and development.
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Dr. Silver will discuss her newly released book:
“System Kids: adolescent Mothers and the Politics of Regulation”
This event is also a book-signing event where books will be available for purchase and the author’s signature.
Dr. Lauren Silver is an Associate Professor of Childhood Studies at Rutgers University–Camden
Friday, April 3, 2015 12:15pm – 1:30pm
Private Dining Room, Campus Center
Lunch will be served
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Hosted by the Rutgers School of Law–Camden and the Rutgers–Camden Community Leadership Center (CLC), this three-part program will delve into key issues affecting the New Jersey juvenile justice system. Marsha Levick, Deputy Director and Chief Counsel of the Juvenile Law Center, will present a keynote address during lunch. Following the address, the first panel discussion focuses on opportunities for reform and the second panel focuses on preventative measures at the school-based level. Experts will provide insight into specific practices and resources utilized to partner with stakeholders involved in the juvenile justice system. After the discussions, please stay for a reception sponsored by the Committee on Institutional Equity and Diversity (CIED) in the Stedman Gallery, which is exhibiting “Juvenile in Justice,” a collection of photographs of juveniles in prison facilities by Richard Ross.
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
12:00 – 5:00 p.m.
12:00 – 12:30 Registration
12:30 – 1:45 Lunch and Keynote Address
1:45 – 4:00 Panel Discussions
4:00 – 5:00 CIED Reception
Main Event: Multi-Purpose Room, Rutgers–Camden Campus Center, 326 Penn St., Camden, NJ 08102
Committee on Institutional Equity and Diversity Reception: Stedman Gallery, Fine Arts Building, 314 Linden St., Camden, NJ 08102
Keynote Address: Marsha Levick
Deputy Director and Chief Counsel, Juvenile Law Center
Marsha Levick, Deputy Director and Chief Counsel, co-founded Juvenile Law Center in 1975. Throughout her legal career, Levick has been an advocate for children’s and women’s rights and is a nationally recognized expert in juvenile law. Levick oversees Juvenile Law Center’s litigation and appellate docket. She has successfully litigated challenges to unlawful and harmful laws, policies and practices on behalf of children in both the juvenile justice and child welfare systems. Levick has authored or co-authored numerous appellate and amicus briefs in state and federal appeals courts throughout the country, including many before the US Supreme Court, and has argued before both state and federal appellate courts in Pennsylvania and numerous other jurisdictions.
More information contact Matthew Closter, Community Leadership Center (CLC)
at firstname.lastname@example.org p.856-225-6923
New book by CURE affiliated scholar Lauren Silver: “System Kids: Adolescent Mothers and the Politics of Regulation”
Lauren J. Silver is Assistant Professor of Childhood Studies at Rutgers University in Camden, NJ. She is a critical ethnographer whose work lies at the intersection of the sociology and anthropology of youth, feminist methodologies, and analyses of urban systems.
Based on her practice and two years of ethnography, “System Kids” considers the daily lives of adolescent mothers as they negotiate an urban child welfare system to meet the needs of their children and themselves. The work demonstrates how institutional “silos” construct the lives of youth as disconnected, reinforcing unforgiving policies and imposing demands on young women the system was intended to help.
Dr. Silver will give a CURE seminar talk / book signing on Friday, April 3. Books will be available for purchase. More details to follow.