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.”
January 27, 2021 JIE Updates
The Society of Fellows and Heyman Center for the Humanities received a $4,606 action grant for Rethinking Justice.
January 25, 2021 JIE Updates
Justice-in-Education and Covid-19 collects auto-ethnographies of incarcerated and formerly incarcerated writers as they respond to the initial Covid-19 lockdown in NYC.
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.
June 2, 2020 JIE Updates
"We understand anti-racism as inextricable from our primary work to build a more just society by creating higher education opportunities for women and men during and...
May 13, 2020 JIE Updates
Monologues written and performed by playwrights and actors, based on the experiences of people impacted by the continued cruelty of criminalization and incarceration
May 8, 2020 JIE Updates
This workshop aims to provide students with the necessary skills to create ethnographic and auto-ethnographic reflections on the current COVID-19 health crisis.
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...
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 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...