Urban Peace Movement has conducted a new poll on voter attitudes towards youth justice in Alameda County. According to the poll, two-thirds of Alameda County voters back replacing youth incarceration and investing in health and community-based approaches such as education Read More »
As Urban Peace Movement continues to evolve our work to meet the unprecedented challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, we want to update our supporters about our response, emerging needs, and how this crisis is impacting our work.
The COVID-19 pandemic Read More »
It is with immeasurable sadness that we share the news that UPM’s Deputy Director, Dr. Prince White, passed away in August 2018. Prince was a fierce warrior in the fight for social justice and cared deeply about every youth member Read More »
We are honored to announce that UPM’s Executive Director, Nicole Lee, was recognized on Ebony Magazine’s prestigious Power 100 List for 2018 in the Community Crusaders category. The Power 100 List dates back to 1971 when it was originally called Read More »