The Campaign serves as a clearinghouse of information about youth prosecuted as adults and makes its research and communications resources available to those interested in learning about and taking action to end prosecution and incarceration of children as if they were adults.
High school youth gain inspiration through a terrific combination of justice theory and hands-on experience
Teens Against the Spread of AIDS (TASA) Program at Children’s National Medical Center is comprised of talented high school students ages 15-18 who raise awareness and educate youth about sexual health and other teen topics through facilitation, performances, videos, social networking, and outreach.
16 year old named Alec Loorz has organized a youth movement that has inspired young people in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa to express their concern about Climate Change.
I’d like to
add submissions from other gay and lesbian adults—singles and couples,
with kids or without, established in careers or just starting out,
urban and rural, of all races and religious backgrounds. (Go to