The case of Nate Abraham, a Michigan teenager charged with murder and sentenced to a detention center until he turns 21, has become a cause celebre for civil rights advocates across the country. In this in-depth profile, Emerge magazine explains why: Abraham is black, and part of a disturbing proportion of black children sentenced under a flawed justice system that tries children like adults. The report includes detailed statistics and helpful contacts for youth rehabilitation.
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