Patrice Hill, a program coordinator with Sacramento Area Youth Speaks, leads a slam poetry workshop in March sponsored by the mayor’s gang prevention task force. Rosa Aqeel and Kim McGill argue that more must be done to give the state’s minority youth a better future.
Patrice Hill, a program coordinator with Sacramento Area Youth Speaks, leads a slam poetry workshop in March sponsored by the mayor’s gang prevention task force. Rosa Aqeel and Kim McGill argue that more must be done to give the state’s minority youth a better future. LEZLIE STERLING Sacramento Bee file
Patrice Hill, a program coordinator with Sacramento Area Youth Speaks, leads a slam poetry workshop in March sponsored by the mayor’s gang prevention task force. Rosa Aqeel and Kim McGill argue that more must be done to give the state’s minority youth a better future. LEZLIE STERLING Sacramento Bee file

Bills would help end criminalization of youths

August 10, 2016 03:00 PM

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