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Experts say Black and Native children are disproportionately jailed either for status offenses or for technical violations of probation or parole—and that incarcerating them has far-reaching negative consequences.
Dawn R. Wolfe
Washington detains more children for status offenses such as truancy and running away than any other state in the country. State lawmakers want to change that.