A decision by a Trump Administration official raises serious concerns about the future of justice for youth of color.
In this op-ed, Kisha Bird explains the uncertainty and what's at stake for youth in the federal budget under a new Congress and president.
This brief discusses pathways to adult and postsecondary education for undocumented youth, including those who did not qualify for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).
A provision in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) could help thousands of former foster care youth who face distinct health care challenges.
CLASP and 320 national, state, and local child and youth advocacy organizations sent a letter to Congress in support of the bipartisan Dream Act of 2017.
Kisha Bird and Andrea Amaechi convened the Communities Collaborating to Reconnect Youth Network Spring 2016 Meeting on Thursday, March 10 and Friday, March 11, 2016 in Washington, D.C.
In his first 100 days, President Trump followed through on several disturbing campaign promises—sparking chaos and fear and setting the stage for even worse actions moving forward. Youth advocates were particularly alarmed.
Hear from local workforce leaders from American YouthWorks and Workforce Solutions in Austin, Texas, who will discuss the importance of community partnerships and youth voice.
In this statement, CLASP explains how a little-known Affordable Care Act (ACA) provision has the potential to improve the health of young adults who often have significant health care needs and are more likely to be uninsured than their peers: former foster youth.