The process and findings presented here are an intentional effort to operationalize the 100 Percent Pittsburgh organizing principle’s values, particularly the result of “voice.” This pilot was designed to purposefully elicit and integrate an understanding of the context and influences that impact young people in their daily lives. We also sought to amplify the often-missing voices of youth who have firsthand knowledge about the juvenile justice system to complement the existing quantitative data. This knowledge, we believed, is essential if we are to understand the reasons for disproportionate involvement of youth by race and gender and to elicit opportunities for improvement, action and meaningful systems change.
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