This month: A new art collaboration, free expungement clinics, families of incarcerated individuals and more

Parenting from inside prison walls

Barnes Foundation teams with Mural Arts’ re-entry program

Philadelphia Reentry Coalition has finally released cohesive recidivism data

New tool helps juvenile lifers navigate reentry to a dramatically different world

Volunteer lawyers help Philly offenders clear records and move forward

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The Reentry Project Monthly: March, 2018

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Reentry Navigator created to make finding resources easier for former juvenile lifers

New tool helps juvenile lifers navigate reentry to a dramatically different world | Opinion – Philly

The challenge of building new lives on the outside is daunting and in many ways, it is more difficult for former juvenile lifers than for other formerly incarcerated men and women. – Lauren Fine, Joanna Visser Adjoian, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News

Eagles’ All-Pro safety lays out his wish list for 2018

The big Birds’ win isn’t all Super Bowl champion Malcolm Jenkins wanted in 2018 — here’s his criminal justice reform wishlist.

Playoff Edition: Malcolm Jenkins’ Criminal Justice Season – The Philadelphia Citizen

As we head into the playoffs, I have high expectations on the field and off. This past year has been an interesting journey, full of learning, exploration, and a search for answers regarding the injustices that continue to plague communities of color.

This week: Business leaders discuss the benefits of hiring formerly incarcerated people. And a prosecutor apologizes to a juvenile lifer

This week:

• A prosecutor meets the juvenile lifer he locked up for 40 years – and apologizes
• What Philly-area CEOs think about hiring ex-inmates
• Photos: Business leaders discuss benefits of hiring formerly incarcerated people
• Small biz owners: Check out this how-to on hiring returning citizens

Read it now: The Reentry Project Weekly: November 3, 2017

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Family hopes new district attorney will take up case for review

A prosecutor meets the juvenile lifer he locked up for 40 years – and apologizes

“You never drove a car. You never fell in love with somebody. You never had any of the things that all of us take for granted. And I want you to know I am responsible for that – because I told the jury what they should do, and they did it.”

Juvenile lifer released, finds himself surrounded by unfamiliar devices

Locked up 40 years for a murder his brother confessed to, Kevin Brinkley returns home, to a changed world

When Kevin Brinkley was locked up four decades ago at the age of 15, he had never heard of such a thing as a mobile phone. On Thursday morning, as he stepped blinking into the daylight outside of the State Correctional Institution-Forest, he was surrounded by the unfamiliar devices.