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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Restorative justice collaboration helps formerly incarcerated individuals make connections through art

Barnes Foundation teams with Mural Arts’ re-entry program – Philly

The Barnes Foundation has repurposed its ticketing gatehouse into an art studio for participants in Mural Arts’ Restorative Justice program. – Bethany Ao, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News

Mural Arts Program curates public art installation about criminal justice reform

Philly’s Mural Arts reaches out to prisoners as it shapes installation on criminal justice

Next summer, Philadelphia’s Mural Arts Program will create a public art installation about criminal justice reform called “Voices.” Until then, it will foster discussions and workshops focused on solutions to the problems of mass incaceration. The first workshop took place Wednesday afternoon at Graterford prison, a maximum security state correctional institute in Montgomery County.

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