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New Report Reveals Inconsistent Racial/Ethnic Data Categories at State-Level Youth Justice Agencies, Minimizing Latinx Youth Within the Justice System

On Tuesday, August 25, Alianza for Youth Justice and the UCLA Latino Policy and Politics Initiative are releasing a new “Call to Action” report detailing The Latinx Data Gap in the Youth Justice System. The report shows that inconsistent data collection methods complicate race and ethnicity tracking across different stages in the youth justice system.

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On Tuesday, August 25, Alianza for Youth Justice and the UCLA Latino Policy and Politics Initiative are releasing a new “Call to Action” report detailing The Latinx Data Gap in the Youth Justice System. The report shows that inconsistent data collection methods complicate race and ethnicity tracking across different stages in the youth justice system.

Update_08.24.20_ Press Release – Alianza_UCLA LPPI Latinx Data Gap

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