Kim McGill of Youth Justice Coalition on juvenile injustice system, police and prison funding, and the school to prison pipeline
Kim McGill Interview by Eric Mann Final edit-2012-07-17.mp3
Kim McGill, an organizer with the Youth Justice Coalition of Los Angeles, discusses recruiting and training young organizers around the issues of the juvenile injustice system, police and prison funding, the school to prison pipeline, what it means to build a movement led by people and communities of color, especially youth of color.
In 2002 Kim helped co-found the grassroots movement Youth Justice Coalition. Kim also serves on the Advisory Committee of "the Campaign for the Fair Sentencing of Youth". Kim is a strong and persistence voice in the struggle for justice for young people of color.