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YouthJobs127

Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

#feb23 #2017boston #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsout #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyo #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundth #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecrim #boston #massachusetts #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsouthchurchinbostonscopleysquarethursday #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyoungpeopleandreformthejuvenilejusticesystemthegroupofpredominantlyteenageactivistswasorganizedbytheyouthjobcoalition #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundthestatethecrowdmarchedfromtheoldsouthchurchtobostoncityhallandthentothestatehousetheyouthjobcoalitionisaskinggovcharliebakerfor134milliontofund5 #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecriminalrecordsofyouthoffenderstobeexpungedoncetheyturn18yearsold©2017marilynhumphries

YouthJobs012

YouthJobs012

Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

#feb23 #2017boston #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsout #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyo #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundth #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecrim #boston #massachusetts #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsouthchurchinbostonscopleysquarethursday #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyoungpeopleandreformthejuvenilejusticesystemthegroupofpredominantlyteenageactivistswasorganizedbytheyouthjobcoalition #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundthestatethecrowdmarchedfromtheoldsouthchurchtobostoncityhallandthentothestatehousetheyouthjobcoalitionisaskinggovcharliebakerfor134milliontofund5 #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecriminalrecordsofyouthoffenderstobeexpungedoncetheyturn18yearsold©2017marilynhumphries

YouthJobs005

YouthJobs005

Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

#feb23 #2017boston #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsout #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyo #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundth #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecrim #boston #massachusetts #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsouthchurchinbostonscopleysquarethursday #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyoungpeopleandreformthejuvenilejusticesystemthegroupofpredominantlyteenageactivistswasorganizedbytheyouthjobcoalition #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundthestatethecrowdmarchedfromtheoldsouthchurchtobostoncityhallandthentothestatehousetheyouthjobcoalitionisaskinggovcharliebakerfor134milliontofund5 #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecriminalrecordsofyouthoffenderstobeexpungedoncetheyturn18yearsold©2017marilynhumphries

YouthJobs019

YouthJobs019

Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

#feb23 #2017boston #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsout #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyo #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundth #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecrim #boston #massachusetts #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsouthchurchinbostonscopleysquarethursday #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyoungpeopleandreformthejuvenilejusticesystemthegroupofpredominantlyteenageactivistswasorganizedbytheyouthjobcoalition #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundthestatethecrowdmarchedfromtheoldsouthchurchtobostoncityhallandthentothestatehousetheyouthjobcoalitionisaskinggovcharliebakerfor134milliontofund5 #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecriminalrecordsofyouthoffenderstobeexpungedoncetheyturn18yearsold©2017marilynhumphries

YouthJobs020

YouthJobs020

Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

#feb23 #2017boston #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsout #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyo #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundth #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecrim #boston #massachusetts #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsouthchurchinbostonscopleysquarethursday #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyoungpeopleandreformthejuvenilejusticesystemthegroupofpredominantlyteenageactivistswasorganizedbytheyouthjobcoalition #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundthestatethecrowdmarchedfromtheoldsouthchurchtobostoncityhallandthentothestatehousetheyouthjobcoalitionisaskinggovcharliebakerfor134milliontofund5 #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecriminalrecordsofyouthoffenderstobeexpungedoncetheyturn18yearsold©2017marilynhumphries

YouthJobs029

YouthJobs029

Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

#feb23 #2017boston #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsout #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyo #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundth #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecrim #boston #massachusetts #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsouthchurchinbostonscopleysquarethursday #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyoungpeopleandreformthejuvenilejusticesystemthegroupofpredominantlyteenageactivistswasorganizedbytheyouthjobcoalition #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundthestatethecrowdmarchedfromtheoldsouthchurchtobostoncityhallandthentothestatehousetheyouthjobcoalitionisaskinggovcharliebakerfor134milliontofund5 #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecriminalrecordsofyouthoffenderstobeexpungedoncetheyturn18yearsold©2017marilynhumphries

YouthJobs032

YouthJobs032

Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

#feb23 #2017boston #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsout #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyo #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundth #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecrim #boston #massachusetts #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsouthchurchinbostonscopleysquarethursday #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyoungpeopleandreformthejuvenilejusticesystemthegroupofpredominantlyteenageactivistswasorganizedbytheyouthjobcoalition #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundthestatethecrowdmarchedfromtheoldsouthchurchtobostoncityhallandthentothestatehousetheyouthjobcoalitionisaskinggovcharliebakerfor134milliontofund5 #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecriminalrecordsofyouthoffenderstobeexpungedoncetheyturn18yearsold©2017marilynhumphries

YouthJobs034

YouthJobs034

Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

#feb23 #2017boston #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsout #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyo #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundth #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecrim #boston #massachusetts #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsouthchurchinbostonscopleysquarethursday #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyoungpeopleandreformthejuvenilejusticesystemthegroupofpredominantlyteenageactivistswasorganizedbytheyouthjobcoalition #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundthestatethecrowdmarchedfromtheoldsouthchurchtobostoncityhallandthentothestatehousetheyouthjobcoalitionisaskinggovcharliebakerfor134milliontofund5 #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecriminalrecordsofyouthoffenderstobeexpungedoncetheyturn18yearsold©2017marilynhumphries

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YouthJobs039

Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

#feb23 #2017boston #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsout #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyo #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundth #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecrim #boston #massachusetts #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsouthchurchinbostonscopleysquarethursday #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyoungpeopleandreformthejuvenilejusticesystemthegroupofpredominantlyteenageactivistswasorganizedbytheyouthjobcoalition #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundthestatethecrowdmarchedfromtheoldsouthchurchtobostoncityhallandthentothestatehousetheyouthjobcoalitionisaskinggovcharliebakerfor134milliontofund5 #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecriminalrecordsofyouthoffenderstobeexpungedoncetheyturn18yearsold©2017marilynhumphries

YouthJobs055

YouthJobs055

Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

#feb23 #2017boston #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsout #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyo #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundth #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecrim #boston #massachusetts #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsouthchurchinbostonscopleysquarethursday #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyoungpeopleandreformthejuvenilejusticesystemthegroupofpredominantlyteenageactivistswasorganizedbytheyouthjobcoalition #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundthestatethecrowdmarchedfromtheoldsouthchurchtobostoncityhallandthentothestatehousetheyouthjobcoalitionisaskinggovcharliebakerfor134milliontofund5 #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecriminalrecordsofyouthoffenderstobeexpungedoncetheyturn18yearsold©2017marilynhumphries

YouthJobs052

YouthJobs052

Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

#feb23 #2017boston #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsout #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyo #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundth #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecrim #boston #massachusetts #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsouthchurchinbostonscopleysquarethursday #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyoungpeopleandreformthejuvenilejusticesystemthegroupofpredominantlyteenageactivistswasorganizedbytheyouthjobcoalition #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundthestatethecrowdmarchedfromtheoldsouthchurchtobostoncityhallandthentothestatehousetheyouthjobcoalitionisaskinggovcharliebakerfor134milliontofund5 #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecriminalrecordsofyouthoffenderstobeexpungedoncetheyturn18yearsold©2017marilynhumphries

YouthJobs085

YouthJobs085

Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

#feb23 #2017boston #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsout #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyo #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundth #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecrim #boston #massachusetts #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsouthchurchinbostonscopleysquarethursday #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyoungpeopleandreformthejuvenilejusticesystemthegroupofpredominantlyteenageactivistswasorganizedbytheyouthjobcoalition #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundthestatethecrowdmarchedfromtheoldsouthchurchtobostoncityhallandthentothestatehousetheyouthjobcoalitionisaskinggovcharliebakerfor134milliontofund5 #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecriminalrecordsofyouthoffenderstobeexpungedoncetheyturn18yearsold©2017marilynhumphries

YouthJobs096

YouthJobs096

Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

#feb23 #2017boston #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsout #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyo #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundth #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecrim #boston #massachusetts #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsouthchurchinbostonscopleysquarethursday #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyoungpeopleandreformthejuvenilejusticesystemthegroupofpredominantlyteenageactivistswasorganizedbytheyouthjobcoalition #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundthestatethecrowdmarchedfromtheoldsouthchurchtobostoncityhallandthentothestatehousetheyouthjobcoalitionisaskinggovcharliebakerfor134milliontofund5 #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecriminalrecordsofyouthoffenderstobeexpungedoncetheyturn18yearsold©2017marilynhumphries

YouthJobs098

YouthJobs098

Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

#feb23 #2017boston #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsout #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyo #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundth #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecrim #boston #massachusetts #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsouthchurchinbostonscopleysquarethursday #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyoungpeopleandreformthejuvenilejusticesystemthegroupofpredominantlyteenageactivistswasorganizedbytheyouthjobcoalition #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundthestatethecrowdmarchedfromtheoldsouthchurchtobostoncityhallandthentothestatehousetheyouthjobcoalitionisaskinggovcharliebakerfor134milliontofund5 #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecriminalrecordsofyouthoffenderstobeexpungedoncetheyturn18yearsold©2017marilynhumphries

YouthJobs090

YouthJobs090

Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

#feb23 #2017boston #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsout #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyo #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundth #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecrim #boston #massachusetts #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsouthchurchinbostonscopleysquarethursday #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyoungpeopleandreformthejuvenilejusticesystemthegroupofpredominantlyteenageactivistswasorganizedbytheyouthjobcoalition #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundthestatethecrowdmarchedfromtheoldsouthchurchtobostoncityhallandthentothestatehousetheyouthjobcoalitionisaskinggovcharliebakerfor134milliontofund5 #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecriminalrecordsofyouthoffenderstobeexpungedoncetheyturn18yearsold©2017marilynhumphries

YouthJobs113

YouthJobs113

Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

#feb23 #2017boston #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsout #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyo #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundth #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecrim #boston #massachusetts #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsouthchurchinbostonscopleysquarethursday #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyoungpeopleandreformthejuvenilejusticesystemthegroupofpredominantlyteenageactivistswasorganizedbytheyouthjobcoalition #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundthestatethecrowdmarchedfromtheoldsouthchurchtobostoncityhallandthentothestatehousetheyouthjobcoalitionisaskinggovcharliebakerfor134milliontofund5 #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecriminalrecordsofyouthoffenderstobeexpungedoncetheyturn18yearsold©2017marilynhumphries

YouthJobs121

YouthJobs121

Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

#feb23 #2017boston #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsout #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyo #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundth #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecrim #boston #massachusetts #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsouthchurchinbostonscopleysquarethursday #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyoungpeopleandreformthejuvenilejusticesystemthegroupofpredominantlyteenageactivistswasorganizedbytheyouthjobcoalition #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundthestatethecrowdmarchedfromtheoldsouthchurchtobostoncityhallandthentothestatehousetheyouthjobcoalitionisaskinggovcharliebakerfor134milliontofund5 #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecriminalrecordsofyouthoffenderstobeexpungedoncetheyturn18yearsold©2017marilynhumphries

YouthJobs124

YouthJobs124

Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

#feb23 #2017boston #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsout #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyo #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundth #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecrim #boston #massachusetts #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsouthchurchinbostonscopleysquarethursday #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyoungpeopleandreformthejuvenilejusticesystemthegroupofpredominantlyteenageactivistswasorganizedbytheyouthjobcoalition #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundthestatethecrowdmarchedfromtheoldsouthchurchtobostoncityhallandthentothestatehousetheyouthjobcoalitionisaskinggovcharliebakerfor134milliontofund5 #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecriminalrecordsofyouthoffenderstobeexpungedoncetheyturn18yearsold©2017marilynhumphries

YouthJobs125

YouthJobs125

Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

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Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

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Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

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Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

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Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

#feb23 #2017boston #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsout #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyo #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundth #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecrim #boston #massachusetts #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsouthchurchinbostonscopleysquarethursday #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyoungpeopleandreformthejuvenilejusticesystemthegroupofpredominantlyteenageactivistswasorganizedbytheyouthjobcoalition #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundthestatethecrowdmarchedfromtheoldsouthchurchtobostoncityhallandthentothestatehousetheyouthjobcoalitionisaskinggovcharliebakerfor134milliontofund5 #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecriminalrecordsofyouthoffenderstobeexpungedoncetheyturn18yearsold©2017marilynhumphries

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YouthJobs141

Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

#feb23 #2017boston #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsout #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyo #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundth #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecrim #boston #massachusetts #mayouthactivistsfromacrossthestateralliedattheoldsouthchurchinbostonscopleysquarethursday #demandingstateandcityleadersincreasefundingofjobsforyoungpeopleandreformthejuvenilejusticesystemthegroupofpredominantlyteenageactivistswasorganizedbytheyouthjobcoalition #acollectionofcommunityandyouthorganizationsfromaroundthestatethecrowdmarchedfromtheoldsouthchurchtobostoncityhallandthentothestatehousetheyouthjobcoalitionisaskinggovcharliebakerfor134milliontofund5 #000yearroundyouthjobsthegroupisalsoaskingforthecriminalrecordsofyouthoffenderstobeexpungedoncetheyturn18yearsold©2017marilynhumphries

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Feb. 23, 2017. Boston, MA. Youth activists from across the state rallied at the Old South Church in Boston's Copley Square Thursday, demanding state and city leaders increase funding of jobs for young people and reform the juvenile justice system. The group of predominantly teenage-activists was organized by the Youth Job Coalition, a collection of community and youth organizations from around the state. The crowd marched from the Old South Church to Boston City Hall and then to the State House. The Youth Job Coalition is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for $13.4 million to fund 5,000 year-round youth jobs. The group is also asking for the criminal records of youth offenders to be expunged once they turn 18 years old. © 2017 Marilyn Humphries

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