Tag Archive for: immigrants

Large new study highlights inequality in access to important adults.

Hagler, M. A., & Poon, C. Y. S. (2023). Contextual antecedents and well-being indicators associated with children’s and adolescents’ access to supportive nonparent adults. Journal of Community Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1002/jcop.23016 Summarized by Ariel Ervin Notes of Interest: Evidence indicates that having supportive non-parent adults (SNPAs) correlates with a myriad of positive youth outcomes. Research shows that longer-lasting and […]

[Webinar] Supporting Newly Arrived Young People from Immigrant & Refugee Populations through Mentoring and Family Support

Date: Dec 15, 2022, 01:00 PM EST What are the mentoring experiences of youth from refugee and immigrant backgrounds? What are some existing considerations for mentoring programs that help them? Join this webinar to learn more about this subject from a panel of youth and from adult mentoring professionals. To register for the event, please […]

Report says Trump policies hurting young people of color, immigrants most

Written by Tammy Joyner, youthtoday.org America’s justice system is reverting to 1960s-style “law-and-order” policies that are exacting a heavy toll on communities of color, especially young people, according to a report released today by a national anti-poverty group. “Unjustice: Overcoming Trump’s Rollbacks on Youth Justice” documents how the Trump administration’s Department of Justice is curtailing key […]