SJP uses special education law to ensure that older court-involved students with disabilities receive the quality education they deserve, both during incarceration and after – combatting the intersecting crises of educational inequity and mass incarceration that disproportionately affect students of color with disabilities. Early on, SJP emerged as a leader, focusing on advocacy efforts to support the release of as many young people as possible (jails are dangerous places during a pandemic) and better conditions for those who remain. It fought for access to necessities like soap and water, and critical supports including mental health services and education. SJP works with reentry organizations and service providers to ensure that returning youth have housing, access to food, clothing, social services, and, as school reopens, the educational supports they need. These young people have been dealt a tough hand in life. Help SJP change it.