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Shireman Memorial Lecture featuring Dr. Juan Sanchez

PSU School of Social Work

Thursday, April 11, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM (PDT)

Shireman Memorial Lecture featuring Dr. Juan Sanchez

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Charles Shireman Memorial Lecture: featuring Dr. Juan Sanchez of Southwest Key Programs - Where's the Justice in Juvenile Justice?


 Free and open to the public with RSVP. 


Throughout the US, youth of color and kids who are poor are disproportionately targeted for severe punishment at the hands of the juvenile justice system and in every stage of the system, including police stops, arrest, detention, waiver to adult criminal court, and sentencing. This unjust treatment creates a grim and devastating reality: broken youth, families, and communities. These factors can result in unjust sentencing and unnecessary confinement when youth might be effectively diverted into community-based programs. 

Hear from Dr. Juan Sanchez, El Presidente/CEO of Southwest Key Programs, who has 25 years of firsthand experience implementing innovative and strategic approaches for juvenile justice reform using a culturally competent model for community organizing and advocacy.

Sanchez will take a look at the broad goals of reform, reminding us that the ultimate benefit of this very difficult charge is to make a
lasting impact on the lives of young people in Oregon.

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When & Where

School of Social Work
1800 SW 6th AVE
Rm. 620/630
Portland, OR 97201

Thursday, April 11, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM (PDT)

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The School of Social Work is meeting a critical need in Oregon as the only graduate level social work education program in the state, and the only public option for undergraduate social work students as well.  

With strong academic programs, nationally recognized research success, and a growing continuing education program we are making sure that a social worker is there and ready when you need one. 

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