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Life Inside January 31
“The whole experience, I realized, was like a strange mix between junior high school and the Roman Senate.”
Life Inside October 25, 2018
At a Kentucky prison, inmates and staff switch places during a “re-entry to society” role-playing game.
Commentary February 5, 2018
“What name for this thing we’ve become? For stigma, close as kin?”
Feature November 1, 2017
The unique prison re-entry plan conceived by — and for — women.
ViewFinder September 17, 2017
A young mother struggles with life on the sex offender registry.
Commentary September 14, 2017
How her prison education saved us a million bucks
Feature September 13, 2017
In prison for 20 years, Michelle was chosen for Harvard's elite graduate history program. Then she was unchosen.
Commentary July 10, 2017
For the incarcerated, personal agency is a deciding factor in success after release.
ViewFinder July 10, 2017
At an Ohio eatery, patrons get Nashville-style hot chicken and the formerly-incarcerated get a fair shot at employment.
The Frame June 13, 2017
Ronald Elston spent more than 30 years in prison, with no preparation for what he would do if he got out.