Stoneleigh News

What if instead of criminalizing normal adolescent behaviors in schools, police are trained to identify and respond to the root causes of those behaviors?
In June 2017, Rights4Girls’ Staff Attorney and former Stoneleigh Emerging Leader Fellow Maheen Kaleem participated in a panel at the Grantmakers for Girls of Color Second National Funders Convening, Reimagining Safety: An Urgent Conversation about the Movements Centering Girls of Color, hosted by the NoVo Foundation.
Senior Program Officer Marie Williams reflects on the role of law enforcement in our schools and the opportunity to refocus their presence toward helping students and their families. 


Press Coverage

Stoneleigh Emerging Leader Fellow Seth Morones-Ramírez is featured by Generocity for his work with Penn's Field Center for Children’s Policy, Practice and Research providing technical support to a cohort of area colleges offering campus support programs for foster youth.
Robert L. Listenbee returns to Philadelphia to lend his national expertise in juvenile justice reform as a Stoneleigh Foundation Visiting Fellow at Drexel University.
Dr. Ted Corbin sought to address the gap between the physical and psychological treatment of victims of violence. Now five area hospitals have adopted his innovative trauma care model, Healing Hurt People.