The Modern Law Library
‘Born, Not Raised’ Author Discusses the Flaws in the Juvenile Justice System
Posted Apr 23, 2012 7:30 AM CST
By Lee Rawles
Welcome to the ABA Journal’s new podcast, The Modern Law Library.
On the second and fourth Mondays of each month, we will discuss a law-related book with its author and listen to a short excerpt.
In today’s podcast, ABA Journal Web producer Lee Rawles speaks with Susan Madden Lankford about her recently released book Born, Not Raised: Voices from Juvenile Hall.
Publishers Weekly: “Born, Not Raised: Voices from Juvenile Hall”
KPBS: “‘Born, Not Raised’ Explores The Links Between Development And Juvenile Crime”
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In This Podcast:
Susan Madden Lankford
Susan Madden Lankford is the photographer and author of Maggots in My Sweet Potatoes: Women Doing Time, downTown U.S.A.: Personal Journey with the Homeless and Born, Not Raised: Voices from Juvenile Hall. She also executive-produced the documentary film It's More Expensive to Do Nothing, about the criminal justice system. She is the founder of Humane Exposures, a publishing house, film production and advocacy group. The parents of three adult daughters, Lankford and her husband live in San Diego.