This week: Hackathon countdown and more reporting on solutions

This week:

• What’s a ‘digital solutions day’ and who’s invited?
• After 10 years in and out of jail, how a West Philly father made it back to college
• Training For A Better Life
• From Norway, Pennsylvania’s prisons appear cruel and unusual”
• Business leaders collaborate on reducing recidivism through education
• Suit: A federal jail in Philly is stopping kids from seeing their dads
• PowerUp Reentry aims to solve challenges facing returning citizens
• Returning citizens need political representation and Bill Cobb has a plan to make it happen

Read it now: The Reentry Project Weekly: October 13, 2017

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Local businesses offer round-trip rides to prisons throughout state

Jaunts to jail: Pa. prison overcrowding leads to a Philly area cottage industry

By her estimate, Stacey Wilson has spent more than a week of her life traveling to and from prisons to visit her son Derron, who is serving 7-and-a-half to 15 years for attempted murder. He formerly was imprisoned at Graterford and Camp Hill, and she visited as often as twice a week.