The center's goal was initially to focus on issues in Georgia, but Witt said they quickly realized there was a "national hunger" for revitalizing the juvenile justice system.
It was fitting that Kennesaw State University's Center for Sustainable Journalism, which focuses on juvenile justice issues, dedicated its new facility Wednesday morning.
The center's focus since opening a little over two years ago has been to collect any and all information on the topic and disseminate it nationally, Deal said.
The warehouse modifications were designed by HEERY International Inc. of Atlanta and completed by Centennial Contractors Enterprises Inc. Air Force 1 Nike White High
"I think by sharing this information, we improve the lives of all our children, and that's our goal in the first place, and I think you also make a good name for Kennesaw Nike Air Force 1 High Top On Feet
"I'm extremely pleased to dedicate this space," Witt said. "This whole idea wouldn't happen without Kennesaw State."
The Center for Sustainable Journalism was moved from the KSU College of Humanities and Social Sciences building to a new location off Big Shanty Road just west of the university.
Georgia first lady Sandra Deal, who attended the ceremony, chose February as the month when she and Gov. Nathan Deal would concentrate on juvenile justice problems.
"We just got into covering juvenile justice at a great time because everyone, left, right, liberal, conservative, they all know it's time for change, and the nice part about it is that you can make change," Witt said.
Leonard Witt, the program's executive director and Nike Air Force 1 Men's Shoe
They are studying and writing about rehabilitating young people who some may see Black Air Force Ones Low as lost causes.
They have six full time employees and eight KSU students working at the local center, and Witt said they recently opened a New York City bureau with a $250,000, three year grant from The Tow Foundation.
State," she said. "We appreciate your efforts in this direction."
of Reston, Va.
KSU dedicates juvenile justice program center
The center is home to the "Juvenile Justice Information Exchange" and "Youth Today," which are both publications dedicated to bringing light to juvenile justice.
"I want to get rid of the whole idea of lock 'em up and throw away the key and forget about them," he said. "What we have been doing since we started this was to give voices and put a spotlight and get these kids out of the shadows."
a journalism professor at KSU, said they were outgrowing their space and with the financial support from the university were able to afford the $450,000 renovation to expand to 2,700 square feet.
New Balance Green Trainers
Nike Air Force 1 Suede Womens
Air Force Nike For Girls Black
Red Air Force 1 High Tops
Nike Air Force 1 Low Black Suede Gum Sole
Blue New Balance Trainers
New Balance Running Shoes Orange
Nike Air Force High Womens
Air Force 1 High Lv8
Nike Force 180 High
Nike Air Force 1 High Wolf Grey
New Balance Trail Runners
Nike Air Force 1 High Top Womens
New Balance Running Shoes Black And White
Air Force 1 High Pink