S.O.U.L. Sisters Empowers Black Girls Most Impacted by Inequality

Last month, a group of girls at a juvenile detention center in the Bronx sat in a discussion circle with a teaching artist and a social worker. After a series of circle meetings, the girls at Horizon Juvenile Center in New York City had created vision boards, collages in which they envisioned their life five years from now.

Seven Tepees Stays With Kids 7 Years to Support School Success

Twenty-two years ago, a retired juvenile court judge in San Francisco teamed up with a Native American healer to help kids get on a positive path and avoid juvenile court. This summer, the organization they created was among 18 groups that received grants from New York Life Insurance Company to help underserved middle school students reach ninth grade on time.

In Washington, D.C., Who’s Minding the Kids?

On June 7, after-school organizations across the county will send representatives to Capitol Hill to talk about the value of their program as part of the annual visit to Congress organized, by the Afterschool Alliance.