The LA Times Asks, Should the Census Count Black and Latino Inmates in Rural Prisons as Area Residents?
April 3, 2020 In the Press
The 2020 census sparks a central criminal justice question.
April 1, 2020 In the Press
As the coronavirus spreads across America, some jails and prisons, where social distancing is nearly impossible, are beginning to release inmates.
March 30, 2020 In the Press
Beyond Prisons is working to build a national prisoner support guide for the coronavirus crisis that will include region-specific information.
February 10, 2020 JIE Updates
Justice-in-Education Scholar Lisette Oblitas is one of the featured artists in Nicole R. Fleetwood's Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration, out in April from...
February 10, 2020 In the Press
For the past eight years, UC Berkeley professor William Drummond and his students have been volunteering to help inmates in California's San Quentin prison run a...
February 4, 2020 Opportunities
Hudson Link is hiring for an Academic Coordinator (AC) to administer the college program inside Greene Correctional Facility.
January 30, 2020 In the Press
The Justice-in-Education Initiative recently joined with the department of art history and archeology's “Art X Social Justice” initiative to present “Stories in Paper,”...
January 29, 2020 In the Press
Tyrone Abraham was recently granted parole and accepted into the Justice-in-Education Scholars, but unless Gov. Andrew Cuomo pardons him, federal authorities will deport...
January 28, 2020 In the Press
To build upon their public events on the history of incarceration in New York, Humanities New York has just published a new article on "The Sing Sing Revolt" by historian...
December 17, 2019 In the Press
“Put simply: Education is not just a means to myriad positive ends, but an end unto itself. Education—on its own—is worth pursuing, worth having, and worth supporting.”