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The DC Model -- Reforming Juvenile Hall in the Nation's Capital

New America Media, Video, Carolyn Goossen and Min Lee Posted: Jun 07, 2008

Editor's Note: David Muhammad directs the Juvenile Hall in Washington D.C. and the reforms happening in the district could serve as a model for the rest of the country. Carolyn Goossen is an editor at New America Media, Min Lee is and editor at YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia.

This is a streaming MP4 video - you'll need Quicktime 6 or later to view it.

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