Posts tagged: Correctional Institutions - Diverse
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A Dream of Freedom that is Bigger Than the Moment

by Jaquial Durham | April 7, 2016 It is definitely understood that we live in a nation that is committed to first-class jails and Read more

Former Prisoner Advocates for Social Justice

by Christina Sturdivant | January 25, 2016
Dwayne Betts, imprisoned for more than eight years, has turned his life around and become an au [...] Read more

Catholic University Finds Clemency Project Rewarding Experience

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | January 18, 2016
CUA’s Columbus School of Law is one of 30 law schools involved in the Clemency Project 2014 t [...] Read more

Facility Being Built at Rhode Island University Collapses

by Jennifer McDermott, Associated Press | September 1, 2015
An athletic building under construction at a private university collapsed Tuesday, injuring six [...] Read more

On Blazers and Blackness

by C. Emmanuel Little | August 30, 2015
Sometimes it’s the forced, extra warm smile. It could be an overtly cordial greeting with dis [...] Read more

Expanding Postsecondary Opportunities for Incarcerated Americans

by Michelle Asha Cooper and Julie Ajinkya | August 12, 2015
In the past three decades the United States’ incarceration rate has exploded, with seven mill [...] Read more

In Case You Missed It…

| August 6, 2015
Last Year, Fewer Black Men Applied to Med School than in 1978 Senate Seeks Ways to Take Income [...] Read more

Administration Wants to Give Prisoners Access to Pell Grants

by Associated Press | July 28, 2015
The Obama administration is taking steps to expand the Pell grant program to prisoners. [...] Read more

HBCUs, HSIs Equipped to Aid Incarcerated Youth

by Larry J. Walker | June 24, 2015
A 2013 study by RAND concluded that prisoners were 43 percent less likely to be imprisoned aft [...] Read more

When Asian Americans Hear Hate Crime, We Think of Vincent Chin

by Emil Guillermo | June 21, 2015
The anniversary of his beating death in 1982 coincides with the mourning in Charleston. [...] Read more

Judge Denies Freed Illinois Man Certificate of Innocence

by Associated Press | June 18, 2015
A Cook County judge on Thursday denied a certificate of innocence to a man whose murder convict [...] Read more

Out for Justice

| June 4, 2015
Thrust in limelight by Freddie Gray case, Marilyn Mosby and husband Nick say HBCU helped prepar [...] Read more

Native Explorer

| December 4, 2014
In this issue, Diverse profiles the Bard Prison Initiative and other prison education programs, [...] Read more

Marion Barry, The People’s Choice

by | November 23, 2014
The former city councilman and four-term mayor was nothing short of a living, breathing testame [...] Read more

Former East Stroudsburg University VP Faces Accusers in Civil Trial

by Michael Rubinkam, Associated Press | October 27, 2014
Now in their 20s and early 30s, these former college students are pursuing the justice they say [...] Read more
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