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After leading the gang unit on a high speed car chase, a boy sits in custody while members of the unit chase his friends on foot through the neighborhood.  No weapons or drugs were found on any of the boys and after investigating, none were members of a gang and they ran because they were afraid of police. Image by Brian L. Frank/2017 Catchlight Fellow. United States, 2018.
After leading the gang unit on a high speed car chase, a boy sits in custody while members of the unit chase his friends on foot through the neighborhood. No weapons or drugs were found on any of the boys and after investigating, none were members of a gang and they ran because they were afraid of police. Image by Brian L. Frank/2017 Catchlight Fellow. United States, 2018.

In summer 2018, Brian L. Frank in partnership with the Pulitzer Center, Project Rebound, and CatchLight, launched a pilot workshop exploring "Visions of Justice" with court-involved youth at San Francisco State University.

The workshop was led by SFSU alumni, Brian L. Frank and Justin Maxon, with assistance from Catchlight staff and SFSU photojournalism students.

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