New Episode of Re:Work Radio on Cambodian Youth in the Criminal Justice System

We often see children as innocents who need love, support, and stability. But not all young people are nurtured this way. Too often youth from marginalized communities of color are not seen as needing protection — they are treated as the ones we need protection from.

We see this in this episode with Phal Sok, who was once a kid in Long Beach forced to grow up too soon. This episode is part two of our series on Cambodian refugees who get caught up in the criminal justice system at a young age.

Listen to the whole episode at reworkradio.org or your favorite podcast platform:

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