Zero Youth Corrections: Community Input Sessions
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Please join the Zero Youth Corrections (ZYC) Action Committee for an in-person Community Input Session. The goal of this forum is to gather community input on strategies to reduce youth incarceration and the impact of the criminal legal system on young people in Milwaukee, which will help inform our second round of funding for ZYC Grants.
This event is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Youth justice advocates, impacted individuals and families, community representatives, and others are invited to join the conversations around this critical issue facing the Milwaukee community.
Wednesday, June 7 @ 5:30 PM at Wisconsin Black Historical Society – Register here.
Thursday, June 8 @ 5:30 PM at America’s Black Holocaust Museum – Register here.
Visit milwaukeeturners.org/zyc to learn more!
The Zero Youth Corrections (ZYC) Action Committee is made up of representatives from Milwaukee County’s Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS) Children, Youth & Family Services, the Milwaukee Turners, and Public Welfare Foundation
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