National Juvenile Justice Network – The National Juvenile Justice Network leads a membership community of 60 state-based organizations and numerous individuals across 42 states and D.C. They all seek to shrink our youth justice systems and transform the remainder into systems that treat youth and families with dignity and humanity. Their work is premised on the fundamental understanding that our youth justice systems are inextricably bound with the systemic and structural racism that defines our society; as such they seek to change policy and practice through an anti-racist lens by building power with those who are most negatively affected by our justice systems, including young people, their families and all people of color. They also recognize that other vulnerable populations – including LGBTQIA+, those with disabilities and mental illness, girls and immigrants – are disparately and negatively impacted by our justice systems, and thus they also seek to center their concerns in their policy change work.