Hey Philly: Help us decide what to report on in 2018!

During the next year, The Reentry Project will transform into a broader entity for collaborative reporting on important social issues here in Philly. We’re going to take on a new central topic for 2018 and we want your feedback to help us decide what it should be! Please take a moment to answer the quick, three-question survey below and let us know your thoughts. Thank you!

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Video: Looking back at #PowerUpReentry

Dozens of volunteers came together in October for #PowerUpReentry: A Digital Solutions Day, a hackathon intended to create tools and services to support people through life after incarceration in Philadelphia. Our partners at PhillyCam produced this video report:

You can also view our slide show and read a recap at WHYY.org.

Philadelphia Assembled exhibit concludes with discussion on art and societal transformations

PHL Assembled collaborators on empowering marginalized communities through art – Generocity Philly

On Saturday evening, with a blanket of fresh snow transforming the face of Philly, three Philadelphia Assembled collaborators and A Blade of Grass fellows Black Quantum Futurism and Reentry Think Tank discussed art and societal transformations.

New location expected to make RISE more accessible

Philly’s reentry office just moved back to Center City – Generocity Philly

Philly’s Office of Reintegration Services for Ex-Offenders (RISE) ED Ceciley Bradford-Jones has been talking about moving the agency’s office to Center City since the beginning of 2017. Because for the workforce development office tasked with helping returning citizens get back to their lives, she said at the time, its services needed to be part of the centralized services system that includes City Hall, probation, parole, etc.

This week: Help us select our topic for 2018!

This week: Help us select our topic for 2018!

• Help us decide what to report on!
• Ideas we should steal: Participatory defense
• Jay-Z criticizes sentencing of local rapper Meek Mill during concert at Wells Fargo Center

Read it now: The Reentry Project Weekly: December 8, 2017

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Sentence becomes rallying point for criminal justice reform

Jay-Z criticizes sentencing of local rapper Meek Mill during concert at Wells Fargo Center

Since being sentenced to two to four years in state prison for violating his probation, Meek Mill has become the face of prison reform in Philadelphia and has received support from some of the biggest names in entertainment, including the king of hip-hop, Jay-Z.