Our friends at Café Reconcile are currently recruiting youth ages 16-24 for its workforce training program. Interested? Attend their January Open house on Tuesday, January 31st!
On January 21, the Newcomb Art Museum will debut a multimedia exhibition centering the experiences of more than 20 system-impacted youth.
The holidays can be a particularly hard time for incarcerated youth and their families. We try to create an opportunity for a little joy and togetherness.
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We are so proud to announce that St. Charles Avenue magazine has named Ernest Johnson one of New Orleans’ Activists of the Year!
Our village knows how to celebrate!
After successfully eliminating juvenile fees in Louisiana, Ubuntu is supporting advocates in other states who are trying to do the same.
Join us November 18 to eat, drink, dance, and give thanks for all we have accomplished together in 2022.
Come hear from advocates who are fighting for the abolition of juvenile fines and fees — and winning. Learn how you too can get involved in the campaign for #DebtFreeJustice in Louisiana and across the country.
Join us on July 30 for a parent resource fair and back-to-school give-away!