May 17, 2021 In the Press
Ellie Wen’s recent short documentary “On Mother’s Day” highlights the parent-child bond through the separation of incarceration.
May 11, 2021 In the Press
The National Council for Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls launches the Clemency Campaign, which calls on President Biden and Vice-President Harris...
May 4, 2021 In the Press
“With my paintings, I tried to make a bad situation look good. You can’t make the chain gang look good in any way besides by putting it in art.”
April 26, 2021 JIE Updates
“My story is not unique; it is one that belongs to generations of black men in America. My only hope is to change the narrative about people like me.”
April 23, 2021 In the Press
The Marshall Project has launched The Language Project, a discussion around the language used to describe those affected by the criminal justice system.
March 19, 2021 In the Press
“We remember the names Layleen Polanco, Kalief Browder, and Benjamin van Zandt, and the countless others whose lives have either been taken or destroyed by solitary...
March 17, 2021 Opportunities
Wedging Forward is a community-based clay arts program for formerly incarcerated individuals.
March 2, 2021 In the Press
“Decades of research have shown that keeping in touch with loved ones while incarcerated significantly improves an individual’s chance for successful reentry when they...
February 22, 2021 In the Press
The JTC program works to solve the crisis of mass incarceration by offering life-changing access to career-track opportunities in the technology industry to people...
February 10, 2021 In the Press
“The calls from activists and lawmakers go well beyond asking Biden to issue a moratorium, which would leave people on federal death row vulnerable to execution in the...