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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.
Feature June 3, 2017
How your ugly booking photos (and Tiger’s) became a commodity for cops, hustlers and journalists.
Q&A June 1, 2016
A new documentary spotlights a program that reclaims lives through writing.
Analysis March 9, 2016
A new report looks at recidivism among inmates released from federal prisons.
The Frame September 11, 2015
A defense lawyer’s photos of four women re-entering society.
The Frame July 21, 2015
Criminal justice through the lens of Joe Rodriguez.
Feature June 11, 2015
What happens when prisoners go from complete isolation to complete freedom in a day?
Feature April 11, 2015
California looks to halfway houses, finds a company cited for violence and escapes.
Commentary April 3, 2015
What to call incarcerated people: Your feedback
Justice Lab April 2, 2015
A study lingers on the lives of those we incarcerate.
Feature February 6, 2015
Is entrepreneurship the way from prison to prosperity?
Asked and Answered January 22, 2015
A New York parole officer on GPS monitoring, the biggest challenges facing former inmates, and whether parole makes a difference.
News December 2, 2014
Can New York’s police learn to handle the mentally ill?