September 5, 2018 Opportunities
The BCRW Social Justice Institute is thrilled to welcome the 2018-2020 cohort, with Artist-in-Residence La Vaughn Belle, Researcher-in-Residence Mariame Kaba,...
October 2, 2020 In the Press
“Building on the child’s positive feelings for a parent could reduce the potentially damaging effects of separation and play a significant role in a child’s ability to...
September 25, 2020 In the Press
“The exhibition complicates the definition of crime itself, expanding it beyond the courtroom into American society.”
September 25, 2020 JIE Updates
Justice-in-Education Scholar Tomás Correa is part of the team of formerly incarcerated software engineers who built a no-police alternative to 911.
September 15, 2020 In the Press
“Though police forces across the country, including the Los Angeles Police Department, use body cameras, their use in prisons is relatively rare.”
August 17, 2020 In the Press
“Many people in prison need basic education and even literacy education first.”
August 11, 2020 In the Press
The Rikers Debate Project, which pairs former college debaters and current professionals with students at Rikers Island to teach the skill of competitive debate, was...
August 7, 2020 In the Press
“Sometimes there’s a rush to say we support Black lives and people of color, but the question is, ‘How are you showing up?’”
August 6, 2020 In the Press
Curators tour the vault, bringing seldom-seen treasures off the shelf for their close-ups.
New Bill Allowing CANY to Adequately Report on Prison Conditions Passes New York State Assembly and Senate
July 27, 2020 In the Press
Assembly Bill A10194, which permits the correctional association to access, visit, inspect, and examine all state correctional facilities has passed the NY State Assembly...