This month: Trauma-informed teaching, Malcom Jenkins reports, looking back at our events and more

• Here we’re not outcasts: A three-part series on Pa.’s Lakeside School and innovative approaches to trauma-informed education

• Parole and Probation Reform Is Bigger Than Meek Mill

• MALCOLM JENKINS’ CRIMINAL JUSTICE SEASON: Profiling Frontline Dads

• Tell your friends! You can watch The Reentry Blueprint on cable and online

• MALCOLM JENKINS’ CRIMINAL JUSTICE SEASON: Profiling The Center for Returning Citizens and Why Not Prosper

• Navigating Reentry After Prison? There’s an App For That

• MALCOLM JENKINS’ CRIMINAL JUSTICE SEASON: Profiling Mothers in Charge

• Watch it one more time: The Reentry Blueprint

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The Reentry Project Monthly:
January, 2018

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Grid looks back on the #PowerUpReentry hackathon

Navigating Reentry After Prison? There’s an App For That

Hackathon brings together parolees, technologists and journalists to create tech prototypes for the greater good By Belinda Sharr Reentering society after spending time in jail or prison can be challenging. Finding a job with a criminal record isn’t easy, and without money to purchase clothing and s

Video: Looking back at #PowerUpReentry

Dozens of volunteers came together in October for #PowerUpReentry: A Digital Solutions Day, a hackathon intended to create tools and services to support people through life after incarceration in Philadelphia. Our partners at PhillyCam produced this video report:

You can also view our slide show and read a recap at WHYY.org.

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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Slide show: Here’s what our #PowerUpReentry hackathon looked like

Dozens of volunteers came together Friday night and Saturday for PowerUp Reentry: A Digital Solutions Day in an effort to create tools and services intended to support people through life after incarceration in Philadelphia.

We want to thank everyone who participated but especially our generous hosts including The Philadelphia Citizen at Industrious Philadelphia and Azavea, our opening night presenters from Mothers in Charge, our expert panelists, the team from Klein College at Temple and organizers from Code for Philly.

You can find preliminary media reports and social media coverage online now and updates on outcomes are coming soon.

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Live from #PowerUpReentry

PowerUp Reentry: A Digital Solutions Day took place on Friday and Saturday, October 20th and 21st in Philadelphia. Here’s a look back through social media:

Live from #PowerUpReentry (with images, tweets) · ReentryUpdates

PowerUp Reentry: A Digital Solutions Day is underway this weekend in Philadelphia. Stay tuned here for live social media updates. More info: https://thereentryproject.ticketleap.com/powerup-reentry/details