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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This week: We need one minute of your time today please

This week: We need one minute of your time today please!

• Do we ask for much? We need one minute of your time today please:
• Redina’s story: A mother’s troubled journey home from prison
• Lessons learned: Hiring ex-offenders pays off, but the workers need help
• The people who care for Philly’s gunshot victims
• This Vermont program might reduce sex offender recidivism. Could it work in Philly?
• What’s the greatest challenge facing returning citizens?
• The problem with probation in Philadelphia: “This thing is bigger than Meek Mill”

Read it now: The Reentry Project Weekly: December 1, 2017

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This week: Looking back at The Reentry Blueprint and catching up with more great reporting

This week: Tune in for The Reentry Blueprint! 

• Good news! You can tune in for The Reentry Blueprint on air and online Wednesday night
• One Community College student’s path from prison to arts: ‘I came out here with a goal’
• In a City Where 15 Percent of Voters Elected the Mayor, Downtown Is Claiming Power

Read it now: The Reentry Project Weekly: November 17, 2017

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This week: Tune in for The Reentry Blueprint! 

This week: Tune in for The Reentry Blueprint! 

• Good news! You can tune in for The Reentry Blueprint on air and online Wednesday night
• One Community College student’s path from prison to arts: ‘I came out here with a goal’
• In a City Where 15 Percent of Voters Elected the Mayor, Downtown Is Claiming Power

Read it now: The Reentry Project Weekly: November 10, 2017

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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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This week: Community surveys, hackathon recaps and more critical reporting

This week:

• The Reentry Project needs your feedback!
• At Philly reentry ‘hackathon,’ using tech to drive down recidivism
• Live from #PowerUpReentry
• Slide show: Here’s what our #PowerUpReentry Hackathon looked like
• At Philly reentry ‘hackathon,’ using tech to drive down recidivism
• A Hack-a-Thon to Curb Recidivism
• Philly activists raising money to bail poor defendants out of jail
• Locked up for 40 years for a murder his brother confessed to, Kevin Brinkley returns home, to a changed world
• Malcolm Jenkins’ criminal justice season
• How a Temple professor and a prison inmate started an international movement
• This festival will help bail Black mothers and fathers out of jail

Read it now: The Reentry Project Weekly: October 27, 2017

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