We do not hear the stories of others and the narratives that make up their lives. The stories of the lives of minority youth who often face the juvenile justice system in Wicomico County can now be heard.
It's the product of BARS: Stories of the System, a Youth Perspective and the Fenix Youth Project.
A public screening of the digital stories created in the BARS Stories of the System, From A Youth Perspective project will take place at the
The stories will be featured at an event on Saturday April 21st, 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. at the Wicomico Public Library.
Guests: Tim Stock, Associate Professor who helped establish Salisbury University's Philosophy Department Impact Internship.
Dr. Nelseta Walter-Jones, Assistant Professor who teaches criminal justice at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Amber Green, with the Fenix Youth Project
and our panel of youth writers: