2014 - Brave New Voices (Finals) - "Somewhere in America" by Los Angeles Team
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Who Gets a Childhood? Race and Juvenile Justice in Twentieth‐Century Texas is a 2010 book by William S. Bush, published by the University of Georgia Press. It discusses the juvenile corrections system of Texas and the cycles of attempts at reform and the failures of these attempts. The book chronicles conflicts between people wishing to reform the juvenile justice system and make it rehabilitate versus those who were favoring imprisonment. It also discusses how officials perceived non-Hispanic White prisoners to be reformable while African-Americans and Hispanic prisoners were viewed as un-reformable; they believed that only younger white persons were capable of reforming.