Color of Justice

The Color of Justice is a two-day program for youth in high school who are interested in careers in the justice field. ANJC partners with the State of Alaska Court System to provide interactive presentations featuring “You be the Judge”, “Constitutional Cranium”, “Mentor Jet”, and several other workshops and presentations by attorneys, judges and professors.

ANJC hosts Color of Justice in the Southcentral Region every other year, with the support from The CIRI Foundation. ANJC focuses on involving Alaska Native and American Indian youth into the program. ANJC will host Color of Justice in even-numbered years, with the next program in 2022. In odd/alternating years, ANJC supports the Alaska Court System who hosts Color of Justice in Sitka. The Alaska Court System is holding the next Color of Justice in April, 2021.

Youth interested in attending an upcoming event or want to learn more about the Color of Justice can contact us.

ANJC serves youth with education, reentry, and preventative services. We provide mentoring, coaching, and advocacy for youth who need assistance navigating the criminal justice system.

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