No Place for Kids: Chicago youth create a documentary about juvenile justice issues

NO PLACE FOR KIDS is a documentary that was directed and produced by two high school seniors at Francis Parker School in Chicago. Nina and Keely interned for the year at Project NIA, a grassroots organization focused on ending juvenile incarceration. They spent the year attending workshops, training, and reading about juvenile justice issues. No Place for Kids is their culminating project. The film is about 23 minutes in length.

Comment, download, or read more about the project here.

(Thanks to Mikhail Lyubansky.)


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