Jim St. Germain in the Media
A Stone of Hope in The Washington Post: What your favorite writers are reading this summer
Review of A Stone of Hope in Publishers Weekly: A Stone of Hope: A Memoir
Jim on The Leonard Lopate Show on WNYC: From Poverty In Haiti To Preparing The Leaders Of Tomorrow
A Stone of Hope in Vice: June's Best Books, Comics, Video Games, and Music
A Stone of Hope in Bustle: The 16 Best Nonfiction Books Coming In July 2017
Profile of Jim in The Washington Post: By a miracle of chance he rose from a blighted place to make something of himself
Video of Jim on Salon: Youth advocate Jim St. Germain: “There are a lot of kids out there hurting”
Article by Jim in The Washington Post: "Take cops out of schools"
Profiled in AP: “NY Considers Treating Charged 16, 17-Year-Olds as Juveniles”
Profiled in USA Today: “N.Y, N.C. consider changes to juvenile justice laws”
Interview on NPR: “System For Reporting Police Killings Unreliable, Study Finds”
Article in NY Post: “Bid to Reform Juvenile Justice”
Profiled in Albany Times Union: “Home Offers New Chance”
Profiled in Journal News: “'Raise The Age' brightens futures”
Profiled in Brooklyn Daily: “Standing O joins with national organization to salute borough son Jim St. Germain”
Article in The Examiner News: "Push Intensifies for Raising the Age of Adult Prosecution to 18"
Article in US News: "School Resource Officers: Safety Priority or Part of the Problem?"
Article in Brooklyn Daily Eagle: "Family Court's Teen Day aims to help kids in foster care"
Article on SparkAction: "The Future Looks Bright: Emerging Leaders Advocate for Change"
Appearance on NY1: "Advocates Discuss Efforts to Raise the Age of Criminal Responsibility"
Article in The Philadelphia Inquirer: "Nutter, Ramsey in Washington for task force on police policy"
Letter on Syracuse.com: "Raising the age for prosecuting juveniles as adults is smart and what's best for New York"
Profiled in Chalkbeat: “City touts justice reform, other Young Men’s Initiative outcomes”
Profiled in DNAinfo: "Hundreds of Juvenile Offenders Being Relocated Closer to Home"
Article on SparkAction: "Halting the Criminalization of Adolescence"
Appearance on C-SPAN: "President's Task Force on 21st Century Policing, Part 2"
Article in DNAinfo: "New York May Stop Charging All 16- and 17-Year-Olds as Adults This Week"