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Stoneleigh fellow Danielle Sered's program, Common Justice,  receives the Award for Professional Innovation in Victim Services today from Attorney General Eric Holder
Stoneleigh fellow Steven St. Vincent, Esq., has written an article that was published in The Field Center for Children's Policy, Practice and Research's newsletter, "News From The Field". Read it here!
Testimony of Kathleen Creamer on "The Effects of Parental Incarceration on Children: Needs and Responsive Services" Hearing of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives Democratic Policy Committee on March 30, 2012
Distinguished University Professor of Temple University and Stoneleigh Foundation board member Dr. Laurence Steinberg appeared on "Tell Me More", a show hosted by Michel Martin on NPR to discuss youth violence in lieu of the Chardon, Ohio shooting. 
The Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma recently hosted a two-day workshop, "Getting it Right: Covering Youth Violence", where Stoneleigh Fellow Dr. Ted Corbin was a speaker, has put its workshop material online.
Stoneleigh Fellow Gregg Volz has written an article on how zero-tolerance schools and punitive juvenile justice programs act as "school-to-prison" pipelines.
Stoneleigh Fellow Kathleen Creamer has written an article for the Philadelphia Inquirer pertaining to the issue of children of incarcerated parents. Read her article here.
2/8/12 featured an article today on Dr. Theodore Corbin's Healing Hurt People hospital-based violence intervention program and how effective it has been for Philadelphia's youth.
Stoneleigh Program Officer and former Fellow, Liza Rodriguez has written an article on the detrimental policies that tear apart immigrant families in the United States.