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Prisoner Reentry Institute at John Jay College

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Reentry Radio is the official podcast of the Prisoner Reentry Institute at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

Latest Episodes

Alejo Rodriguez on the Mentor-Mentee Relationship

Former College Initiative (CI) mentoring coordinator, Alejo Rodriguez, discusses the mentor-mentee relationship in PRI's CI program. CI is a community ofsuccessful, positive, and supportive students, alumni, and staff dedicated to creating pathways from criminal justice involvement to college and beyond.

8 MIN5 d ago
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Alejo Rodriguez on the Mentor-Mentee Relationship

Memoir as Justice

Over the course of several months, students in PRI's College Initiative (CI) program participated in a memoir writing program with Prison Writes, a writing program that uses a trauma-informed approach to bring workshops to incarcerated, formerly incarcerated, and justice-involved individuals. In this episode, we speak with Jessica Hall, the founder and executive director of Prison Writes, and Brenneis Nesbitt, a CI student who participated in the memoir writing workshop.

19 MINOCT 11
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Memoir as Justice

College Initiative StoryCorps Interviews -- Part V: El Sun

PRI’s College Initiative (CI) program partnered with the StoryCorps Justice Project, which works to preserve and amplify the voices of individuals directly impacted by mass incarceration. In this episode, El Sun discusses the struggles he faced growing up and his experiences pursuing education during and after incarceration.

9 MINSEP 14
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College Initiative StoryCorps Interviews -- Part V: El Sun

College Initiative StoryCorps Interviews -- Part IV: Victor and Tomas

PRI's College Initiative (CI) program partnered with the StoryCorps Justice Project, which works to preserve and amplify the voices of individuals directly impacted by mass incarceration. Through a workshop with the Justice Project, CI students Tomas (above, left) and Victor (above, right) interviewed each other about their experiences pursuing education before, during, and after incarceration.

14 MINAUG 23
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College Initiative StoryCorps Interviews -- Part IV: Victor and Tomas

College Initiative StoryCorps Interviews -- Part III: Carlos and Derek

PRI's College Initiative (CI) program partnered with the StoryCorps Justice Project, which works to preserve and amplify the voices of individuals directly impacted by mass incarceration. Through a workshop with the Justice Project, CI staff member Carlos Quintana (above) interviewed CI student Derek about his experiences taking college classes while incarcerated, experiencing the elimination of Pell grants for incarcerated students, and continuing his education through CI after his release.

9 MINJUL 16
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College Initiative StoryCorps Interviews -- Part III: Carlos and Derek

College Initiative StoryCorps Interviews -- Liz and LaStar

In 2017, PRI's College Initiative (CI) program partnered with the StoryCorps Justice Project, which works to preserve and amplify the voices of individuals directly impacted by mass incarceration. Through a workshop with the Justice Project, CI students LaStar (above, left) and Liz (above, right) interviewed each other about their childhood aspirations and their experiences with justice involvement and higher education.

5 MINJUN 19
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College Initiative StoryCorps Interviews -- Liz and LaStar

College Initiative StoryCorps Interviews -- Deivy and Philip

The Prisoner Reentry Institute (PRI) at John Jay College partnered with the StoryCorps Justice Project in their mission to amplify the stories of people who have been directly impacted by mass incarceration and the justice system. In this episode, College Initiative students Deivy and Philip discuss their experiences being incarcerated, seeking higher education as a means of refuge, and dealing with family and other personal struggles.

20 MINMAY 4
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College Initiative StoryCorps Interviews -- Deivy and Philip

Building Communities, Changing Lives: NYC Justice Corps, Part Two

In the second episode of our two-part series about the NYC Justice Corps program, we’re bringing you an even closer look at the intricacies of the program’s community benefits project model. On June 28, 2017, the Prisoner Reentry Institute (PRI) released a report entitledBuilding Communities, Changing Lives: The NYC Justice Corps Community Benefit Projectsas part of the Occasional Series on Research in Reentry. At the event, panelists, NYC Justice Corps alumni, and audience members discussed the transformative power of community benefits projects. This episode, the second in our series about NYC Justice Corps, feature the voices of the NYC Justice Corps alumni, community-based host sites, and community stakeholders who participated in the panel: Briana Montero, NYC Justice Corps alumni Cyrus Garrett,former Executive Director of the NYC Young Men’s Initiative Almond Santos, NYC Justice Corps alumni Colin Maloney, NYC Justice Corps alumni Pastor Marcia Usher Kerr Reverend Frank Mor...

24 MIN2018 JUL 7
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Building Communities, Changing Lives: NYC Justice Corps, Part Two

Building Communities, Changing Lives: Inside NYC Justice Corps

What changes do justice-involved youth want to see in their communities? How can social engagement empower youth as community members? What does it look like when community leaders are committed to holistically supporting youth? Take an inside look at the NYC Justice Corps program, whichaims to change the dynamic between justice-involved young adults and the communities in which they live.

22 MIN2018 MAY 14
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Building Communities, Changing Lives: Inside NYC Justice Corps

A Place to Call Home: Part 3

This episode of Reentry Radio is the conclusion of a special three-part series about housing access and support for people with criminal justice system involvement. On October 27, 2016, the Prisoner Reentry Institute (PRI) held a special event in partnership with The Fortune Society, The Supportive Housing Network of New York, and the Corporation for Supportive Housing. This day-long event, Excluded: A Dialogue on Safe, Supportive, and Affordable Housing for People with Justice System Involvement, gathered together a group of speakers and panelists from a variety of fields. This episode features the panel “Creating a New Paradigm,” which tasked speakers with considering new approaches to housing. Laura Mascuch, Executive Director of the Supportive Housing Network of New York, moderated the panel, which featured: Marta Nelson, Executive Director of the New York State Council on Community Reentry and Reintegration Trish Marsik, Executive Director of the Mayor’s Task Force on Behavi...

59 MIN2017 NOV 2
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A Place to Call Home: Part 3

Latest Episodes

Alejo Rodriguez on the Mentor-Mentee Relationship

Former College Initiative (CI) mentoring coordinator, Alejo Rodriguez, discusses the mentor-mentee relationship in PRI's CI program. CI is a community ofsuccessful, positive, and supportive students, alumni, and staff dedicated to creating pathways from criminal justice involvement to college and beyond.

8 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Alejo Rodriguez on the Mentor-Mentee Relationship

Memoir as Justice

Over the course of several months, students in PRI's College Initiative (CI) program participated in a memoir writing program with Prison Writes, a writing program that uses a trauma-informed approach to bring workshops to incarcerated, formerly incarcerated, and justice-involved individuals. In this episode, we speak with Jessica Hall, the founder and executive director of Prison Writes, and Brenneis Nesbitt, a CI student who participated in the memoir writing workshop.

19 MINOCT 11
Comments
Memoir as Justice

College Initiative StoryCorps Interviews -- Part V: El Sun

PRI’s College Initiative (CI) program partnered with the StoryCorps Justice Project, which works to preserve and amplify the voices of individuals directly impacted by mass incarceration. In this episode, El Sun discusses the struggles he faced growing up and his experiences pursuing education during and after incarceration.

9 MINSEP 14
Comments
College Initiative StoryCorps Interviews -- Part V: El Sun

College Initiative StoryCorps Interviews -- Part IV: Victor and Tomas

PRI's College Initiative (CI) program partnered with the StoryCorps Justice Project, which works to preserve and amplify the voices of individuals directly impacted by mass incarceration. Through a workshop with the Justice Project, CI students Tomas (above, left) and Victor (above, right) interviewed each other about their experiences pursuing education before, during, and after incarceration.

14 MINAUG 23
Comments
College Initiative StoryCorps Interviews -- Part IV: Victor and Tomas

College Initiative StoryCorps Interviews -- Part III: Carlos and Derek

PRI's College Initiative (CI) program partnered with the StoryCorps Justice Project, which works to preserve and amplify the voices of individuals directly impacted by mass incarceration. Through a workshop with the Justice Project, CI staff member Carlos Quintana (above) interviewed CI student Derek about his experiences taking college classes while incarcerated, experiencing the elimination of Pell grants for incarcerated students, and continuing his education through CI after his release.

9 MINJUL 16
Comments
College Initiative StoryCorps Interviews -- Part III: Carlos and Derek

College Initiative StoryCorps Interviews -- Liz and LaStar

In 2017, PRI's College Initiative (CI) program partnered with the StoryCorps Justice Project, which works to preserve and amplify the voices of individuals directly impacted by mass incarceration. Through a workshop with the Justice Project, CI students LaStar (above, left) and Liz (above, right) interviewed each other about their childhood aspirations and their experiences with justice involvement and higher education.

5 MINJUN 19
Comments
College Initiative StoryCorps Interviews -- Liz and LaStar

College Initiative StoryCorps Interviews -- Deivy and Philip

The Prisoner Reentry Institute (PRI) at John Jay College partnered with the StoryCorps Justice Project in their mission to amplify the stories of people who have been directly impacted by mass incarceration and the justice system. In this episode, College Initiative students Deivy and Philip discuss their experiences being incarcerated, seeking higher education as a means of refuge, and dealing with family and other personal struggles.

20 MINMAY 4
Comments
College Initiative StoryCorps Interviews -- Deivy and Philip

Building Communities, Changing Lives: NYC Justice Corps, Part Two

In the second episode of our two-part series about the NYC Justice Corps program, we’re bringing you an even closer look at the intricacies of the program’s community benefits project model. On June 28, 2017, the Prisoner Reentry Institute (PRI) released a report entitledBuilding Communities, Changing Lives: The NYC Justice Corps Community Benefit Projectsas part of the Occasional Series on Research in Reentry. At the event, panelists, NYC Justice Corps alumni, and audience members discussed the transformative power of community benefits projects. This episode, the second in our series about NYC Justice Corps, feature the voices of the NYC Justice Corps alumni, community-based host sites, and community stakeholders who participated in the panel: Briana Montero, NYC Justice Corps alumni Cyrus Garrett,former Executive Director of the NYC Young Men’s Initiative Almond Santos, NYC Justice Corps alumni Colin Maloney, NYC Justice Corps alumni Pastor Marcia Usher Kerr Reverend Frank Mor...

24 MIN2018 JUL 7
Comments
Building Communities, Changing Lives: NYC Justice Corps, Part Two

Building Communities, Changing Lives: Inside NYC Justice Corps

What changes do justice-involved youth want to see in their communities? How can social engagement empower youth as community members? What does it look like when community leaders are committed to holistically supporting youth? Take an inside look at the NYC Justice Corps program, whichaims to change the dynamic between justice-involved young adults and the communities in which they live.

22 MIN2018 MAY 14
Comments
Building Communities, Changing Lives: Inside NYC Justice Corps

A Place to Call Home: Part 3

This episode of Reentry Radio is the conclusion of a special three-part series about housing access and support for people with criminal justice system involvement. On October 27, 2016, the Prisoner Reentry Institute (PRI) held a special event in partnership with The Fortune Society, The Supportive Housing Network of New York, and the Corporation for Supportive Housing. This day-long event, Excluded: A Dialogue on Safe, Supportive, and Affordable Housing for People with Justice System Involvement, gathered together a group of speakers and panelists from a variety of fields. This episode features the panel “Creating a New Paradigm,” which tasked speakers with considering new approaches to housing. Laura Mascuch, Executive Director of the Supportive Housing Network of New York, moderated the panel, which featured: Marta Nelson, Executive Director of the New York State Council on Community Reentry and Reintegration Trish Marsik, Executive Director of the Mayor’s Task Force on Behavi...

59 MIN2017 NOV 2
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A Place to Call Home: Part 3
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