Andrew Glover Youth Program

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Andrew Glover Youth Program
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100 Centre St
New York, NY 10013
(212) 349-6381

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Today, the Hispanic Federation issued the following statement in response to the violence perpetrated by white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia this weekend: “The Board of Directors, staff, and network of Latino grassroots organizations of the Hispanic Federation strongly condemn the violence unleashed this weekend by white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia. We are heartbroken by the deaths of Heather Heyer, and Virginia State Policemen H. Jay Cullen and Berke M.M. Bates. We join their grieving families in remembering and honoring their sacrifice and service."
Today, the Hispanic Federation issued the following statement in response to the violence perpetrated by white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia this weekend:

"Pedro Hernandez, the Bronx teen held at Rikers Island for a year on a quarter of a million dollars bail while awaiting trial on gun charges, spoke out Thursday about his time behind bars, saying he hopes his struggle advances the bail reform cause. Hernandez's case has been likened to Kalief Browder, who committed suicide after being held awaiting trial for a stolen backpack, a crime he insisted he did not commit. Hernandez's release led to a call by Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. for bail reform or money bail elimination."
"Incarceration at Rikers has been incredibly difficult for me," he said.

Avenues for Justice - Andrew Glover Youth Program with Jules Febre and Larry Azarelo at Avenues for Justice - Andrew Glover Youth Program.
AFJ graduate and renowned yoga instructor, Jules Febre, and actor Cameron Douglas stopped by the courthouse offices today to talk to AFJ Executive Director, Angel Rodriguez, and staff about the importance of yoga and meditation for troubled youths. Yoga and meditation techniques show youths alternative means of handling the stresses and emotional challenges they face daily. The basic idea is to provide young people - and especially at-risk youths - the tools they need to develop viable options that can change their lives.

A groundbreaking study released by Georgetown Law’s Center on Poverty and Inequality finds that adults view black girls as less innocent and more adult-like than their white peers, especially in the age range of 5-14. SNAPSHOT OF THE DATA Compared to white girls of the same age, survey participants perceive that • Black girls need less nurturing • Black girls need less protection • Black girls need to be supported less • Black girls need to be comforted less • Black girls are more independent • Black girls know more about adult topics • Black girls know more about sex These results are profound, with far-reaching implications. Findings reveal a potential contributing factor to the disproportionate rates of punitive treatment in the education and juvenile justice systems for Black girls. "Given established discrepancies in law enforcement and juvenile court practices that disproportionately affect Black girls, the perception of Black girls as less innocent and more adult-like may contribute to more punitive exercise of discretion by those in positions of authority, greater use of force, and harsher penalties."
Black Girls Viewed As Less Innocent Than White Girls, Georgetown Law Research Finds

Avenues for Justice - Andrew Glover Youth Program shared Beats Pray Love's event.
Join trauma-informed vinyasa teacher @[756187111072430:274:Annie Shiel Yoga] and teacher and vocalist @[1638960059:2048:Kylie Conibear] for an empowering, all-levels live music flow to benefit @[126186094128118:274:Avenues for Justice - Andrew Glover Youth Program], a local NYC organization working to keep young people out of prison by presenting courts with alternatives to incarceration, including counseling, training, education and employment assistance. No yoga experience necessary - RSVP free online, with a $15+ donation encouraged at the door. This is an installation of Beats Pray Love, a monthly event series bringing together intentional movement live music, social justice fundraising and education to promote change on and off the mat. Follow along on Instagram at @beats.pray.love and on Facebook at @[172732943235987:274:Beats Pray Love]. See you on the mat!
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