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Message posted on 02/07/2020

New Youth Circulations Posts, and #100Posts#100Days

Dear all,

We hope this finds you safe and well. Despite--or perhaps owing to--the urgent demands of our current moment, Youth Circulations has had a busier summer than expected. We're grateful for so many new contributions from activists, artists, and scholars and encourage you to check out their beautiful and critical work.

"Mobility, Youth Livelihoods and Wellbeing in the Time of a Pandemic " by Joan DeJaeghere and Consuelo S=C3=A1nchez Bautista

"How Are They Now?: Youth in the Wake of 9/11, A Call for Research on the Implications for Uneven Citizenship " by Raimy Khalife-Hamdan

"We Are Here & We Will Be Seen: 5 Tips for Youth On The Front Lines of Advocacy, Change & Justice " by Grant E. Loveless

"Animating Children's Views: Can adults learn from and about kids via large-scale surveys? " by Anna Bolgrien

Additionally, this summer we are celebrating our 100th post (amazing--thank you all!) with our #100posts#100days campaign. Check it out on FB and Twitter .

Warmly, Michele and Lauren

--=20 Michele L. Statz, Ph.D. Anthropologist of law | Assistant Professor, Family Medicine and Biobehavioral Health University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth Mobile: (608) 566-0876 | Office: (218) 726-7372 Research: www.northlandproject.org Co-editor of Youth Circulations

New Article: "A Better 'Best Interests '" in Law & Policy (October 2019)

Interested in Rural Access to Justice? Start here .

I acknowledge that the University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth is located on the traditional, ancestral, and contemporary lands of Indigenous people. The University resides on land that was cared for and called home by the Ojibwe people, before them the Dakota and Northern Cheyenne people, and other Native peoples from time immemorial. Ceded by the Ojibwe in an 1854 treaty, this land holds great historical, spiritual, and personal significance for its original stewards, the Native nations and peoples of this region.

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