Episode: Revisiting Caught: 'They Look at Me Like a Menace'


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Revisiting Caught: 'They Look at Me Like a Menace'

In this second installment of our presentation of Caught, then-16-year-old Z grapples with a reality that incarcerated youth with mental health needs face everyday: support comes at a cost. Reporter Jared Marcelle continues to follow his journey through the criminal justice system and juvenile justice lawyer and poet Dwayne Betts sheds light on a vicious catch-22.

Caught: The Lives of Juvenile Justice is hosted by Kai Wright and supported, in part, by the Anne Levy Fund, Margaret Neubart Foundation, the John and Gwen Smart Family Foundation, and the Economic Hardship Reporting Project.

'They Look at Me Like a Menace' was originally published on March 14, 2018. Listen to more episodes here.



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