Breaking the School to Prison Pipeline: Bringing Restorative Justice to Your School

The school-to-prison pipeline is a term used to describe the systemic push of minority children (overwhelmingly black and brown children) into the prison system due to harsh school policies such as suspensions and expulsions, which keep students out of school, rather than helping them continue their education. Learn more about this phenomenon below:

School to prison pipeline fact sheet

Jamali Moses, Restorative Justice Coordinator at Humanities Preparatory Academy in New York City, gave us some good pointers  (D'Asia, Dakota, Fernando and Menelek) about our students help break the school to prison pipeline and start a restorative justice program at their own schools.