FLY’s Movement for Justice series addresses hot topics on the juvenile justice landscape. In our third installment, we discussed The Power of Youth Voice, focusing on the work of our Youth Advisory Councils (YACs) in partnership with the juvenile probation departments of Santa Clara County and Alameda County.
FLYs’ former CEO of 20 years reflects the past year as FLY’s Founder in Residence and an ally in our pursuit of justice. It’s hard to believe that a year has passed since I stepped down as FLY’s CEO and became our Founder in Residence! Yet I’m not surprised at how smooth this transition was because we laid the foundation with so much intention and have such a dedicated team at FLY. I’m so impressed by all that our staff, volunteers, supporters, and most importantly our youth accomplished under Ali Knight’s leadership during such unbelievable times: We served more than
A open letter from FLY’s President and CEO, Ali Knight, expressing our support for everyone affected by the discrimination and violence against the AAPI communities.
A open letter from FLY’s President and CEO, Ali Knight, about FLY’s long-standing commitment to racial justice.
A message from FLY’s President and CEO, Ali Knight, about the need for FLY to lean in and do even more work for justice.