November 6, 2019 In the Press
Kim Bellware of The Washington Post reports on the recent commutation in Oklahoma of 527 people serving low-level drug and nonviolent offenses.
October 21, 2019 In the Press
The Blueprints are the product of two and a half years of collecting data, analyzing policies, and learning from people directly impacted by our nation's mass...
September 26, 2019 JIE Updates
Columbia University’s Justice-in-Education Initiative and The Studio Museum in Harlem joined forces last summer to encourage incarcerated men to express their trauma...
September 24, 2019 In the Press
Last Thursday at the Brooklyn Book Festival, PEN America launched their second annual PEN America Prison Writing Awards anthology, As I Hear the Rain.
Opportunity: Ferraro Fellow in College Prison Education and Public Philosophy and Visiting Faculty Position
September 23, 2019 Opportunities
Marymount Manhattan College (MMC) seeks a scholar-activist with a focus on public philosophy, incarceration, and social justice.
September 11, 2019 JIE Updates
Cash bail makes it a crime to be poor in America, but activists and artists have a plan to change that. Learn more about the effort to end cash bail when ACTIVATE airs...
September 8, 2019 JIE Updates
The aim of the Beyond Rosie’s campaign is to secure a stand-alone centralized and service-enriched facility in Manhattan for the people who identify as women currently...
August 4, 2019 Opportunities
The Rikers Debate Project teaches competitive debate skills — including communication, conflict resolution, and public citizenship—to students held in Rikers Island jails...
July 31, 2019 In the Press
The Committee on Capital Punishment of the New York City Bar Association unanimously voted to award Columbia Law School Professor Bernard E. Harcourt the Norman Redlich...