Report on the consequences of incarceration for state's returning citizens.
Reentry and Reintegration
Guidelines and queries related to sexual assault and harassment between adults.
"The Albert Cobarrubias Justice Project (ACJP) — comprised of a network of families, organizers, and advocates — is a community organizing model aimed at equipping impacted communities with the tools and information needed to meaningfully impact their local criminal justice system.
95126 San Jose , CA
And Still We Rise Productions is a collaborative theatre project dedicated to healing, public awareness, and social change through empowering the voices of formerly incarcerated people and their loved ones.
02130 Jamaica Plain , MA
The Annie E. Casey Foundation has developed models and workbooks communities can use to support returning citizens and the children of those who are incarcerated. Materials are especially appropriate for faith-based organizations.
The Austin/Travis County Reentry Roundtable is a collaboration between formerly incarcerated residents of Austin and other community members to stregthen programs and efforts related to helpfully and healthfully reintegrate former prisoners into the community. The Roundtable understands that this work takes the support and work of the whole community, and have created many resources and taskforces to that end.
Austin , TX
"The Big Bend A.F.T.E.R. Reentry Coalition is a coalition of individuals and groups united to increase public safety + reduce recidivism through collaborating and establishing community partnerships, identifying and providing services to inmates and formerly incarcerated people, empowering them to become productive, self-sufficient members of the community." BBARC was established in 2012.
BBARC's work mainly focused on three areas:
32302 Tallahassee , FL
Article on award-winning Homeboy Industries for its work with returning citizens, and on the Smarter Sentencing Act.
Inspired by Michelle Alexander's groundbreaking book The New Jim Crow, this series of radio documentaries explores and gives voice to the continuing struggle for racial justice in the United States, during the era of mass incarceration, Six separate episodes, ranging from 29 minutes to 53 minutes in length. Download or listen online.
Proposes a new architecture for our criminal justice system, organized around five principles of reentry.