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Check out CFYJ's Summer Reading List!

Posted in 2019 Monday, 15 July 2019

Check out CFYJ's Summer Reading List!

In time for summer reading, The Campaign for Youth Justice is proud to present its Summer Reading list. The lists consist of classics such as "The Bluest Eye" by Toni Morrison to "Just Mercy" by Bryan Stevenson, which will be coming out as a feature film in early 2020.

Whether planning to hit the beach this summer or lounge by the pool, please ensure the Campaign for Youth Justice's Summer Reading list makes your packing essentials, and help support authors committed to writing about and raising awareness about ending the practice of prosecuting, sentencing, and incarcerating youth under the age of 18 in the adult criminal justice system.

Additionally, please support our CFYJ bookstore on Amazon Prime Day. You can make a difference while you shop Amazon Prime Day deals on July 15 & 16  to add these insightful books from our recommended summer reading list. Shop here.

The Campaign for Youth Justice Summer Reading list.

The New Jim Crow , Michelle Alexander

The Fire Next Time, James Baldwin

A question of freedom: A Memoir of Learning, Survival and Coming of Age in Prison, by Dwayne Betts

The Central Park Five: The Untold Story Behind One of New York City's Most Infamous Crimes, by Sarah Burns

Between the World and Me, Ta-Nehisi Coates

The War on Kids: How American Juvenile Justice Lost Its Way, Cara Drianan

The Evolution of the Juvenile Court: Race, Politics, and the Criminalizing of Juvenile Justice, by Barry Feld

Caught: The Prison State and the Lockdown of American Politics, by Marie Gottschalk

Lockdown, Walter Dean Meyers

Pushout: The criminalization of Black Girls in Schools, Monique W. Morris

The Bluest Eye, Toni Morrison

So You Want to Talk About Race, Ijeoma Oluo  

All Day: A Year of Love and Survival Teaching Incarcerated Kids at Rikers Island, by Lize Jessie Peterson

Girls in Justice, by Richard Ross

Boy with a Knife, by Jean Trounstine

Just Mercy, Bryan Stevenson