Youth Justice Activists Call for a Moratorium on Suspensions by KPFA 94.1-FM Berkeley published on 2012-08-22T01:15:36Z After six years of struggle, youth justice advocates in Los Angeles are celebrating the passage of SB 9 through the California legislature. SB 9 will give youth sentenced to life without the possibility of parole a second chance review. Pressing onward, the advocates invited allies from across the country to South Los Angeles to launch a national movement to end suspensions and zero tolerance policies in schools. It's part of their effort to end what they call the "School to Prison Pipeline." Pacifica's Dan Fritz reports from Los Angeles.