Tell your friends! You can watch The Reentry Blueprint on cable and online every Monday this month

The Reentry Project recently hosted “The Reentry Blueprint: Stories and Solutions from the Formerly Incarcerated” at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia.

The event was intended to advance the conversation on reentry in Philadelphia by providing a platform for formerly incarcerated people to present effective models that address the challenges facing others with criminal histories.

This month, PhillyCam will air their video coverage every Monday at 1 p.m. on cable and online.

Tune in to:

Comcast 66/966HD/967

Verizon Fios 29/30

PhillyCam’s: Web Channel

 

You can also view the program anytime on our site: Watch it one more time: The Reentry Blueprint

Photo courtesy of Kriston Bethel.

Watch it one more time: The Reentry Blueprint

(Here’s an improved version of the video we previously posted.)

The Reentry Project recently hosted “The Reentry Blueprint: Stories and Solutions from the Formerly Incarcerated” at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia.

The event was intended to advance the conversation on reentry in Philadelphia by providing a platform for formerly incarcerated people to present effective models that address the challenges facing others with criminal histories.

You can watch it again now thanks to this video produced by our friends at PhillyCam, one of the partnering organizations that make up The Reentry Project.

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