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100 1  Ward, Geoff K 
245 14 The Black Child-Savers :|bRacial Democracy and Juvenile 
       Justice 
264  1 Chicago :|bUniversity of Chicago Press,|c2012 
264  4 |c©2012 
300    1 online resource (346 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- Contents -- List of Illustrations -- Introduction
       : The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow Juvenile Justice -- Part 
       One: The Origins and Organization of Jim Crow Juvenile 
       Justice -- One / Citizen Delinquent: Race, Liberal 
       Democracy, and the Rehabilitative Ideal -- Two / No Refuge
       under the Law: Racialized Foundations of Juvenile Justice 
       Reform -- Three / Birth of a Juvenile Court -- Four / The 
       Social Organization of Jim Crow Justice -- Part Two: 
       Rewriting the Racial Contract: The Black Child-Saving 
       Movement -- Five / Uplifting Black Citizens Delinquent: 
       The Vanguard Movement, 1900-1930 -- Six / 
       Institutionalizing Racial Justice: The Black Surrogate 
       Parental State, 1930-65 -- Seven / The Early Spoils of 
       Integration -- Conclusion: The Declining Significance of 
       Inclusion -- Acknowledgments -- Notes -- Index 
520    During the Progressive Era, a rehabilitative agenda took 
       hold of American juvenile justice, materializing as a 
       citizen-and-state-building project and mirroring the 
       unequal racial politics of American democracy itself. 
       Alongside this liberal "manufactory of citizens," a 
       parallel structure was enacted: a Jim Crow juvenile 
       justice system that endured across the nation for most of 
       the twentieth century.   In The Black Child Savers, the 
       first study of the rise and fall of Jim Crow juvenile 
       justice, Geoff Ward examines the origins and organization 
       of this separate and unequal juvenile justice system. Ward
       explores how generations of "black child-savers" mobilized
       to challenge the threat to black youth and 
       community interests and how this struggle grew aligned 
       with a wider civil rights movement, eventually forcing the
       formal integration of American juvenile justice. Ward's 
       book reveals nearly a century of struggle to build a more 
       democratic model of juvenile justice-an effort that 
       succeeded in part, but ultimately failed to deliver black 
       youth and community to liberal rehabilitative ideals.   At
       once an inspiring story about the shifting boundaries of 
       race, citizenship, and democracy in America and a crucial 
       look at the nature of racial inequality, The Black Child 
       Savers is a stirring account of the stakes and meaning of 
       social justice 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
       libraries 
650  0 African American children -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- 
       History.;Discrimination in juvenile justice administration
       -- United States -- History.;Juvenile courts -- United 
       States -- History.;Juvenile justice, Administration of -- 
       United States -- History 
655  4 Electronic books 
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