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Book Review ‘Summer’s World’ by Summer McKenzie: The Reality of Incarceration from a Child’s Perspective

Summer's World

"Summer's World" by Summer McKenzie does something few books can do: intrude its way into your mind for days. Read More »

Reentry Tool Kit: Reentry Technician Training and Classroom Management (Part 4 of 4)

Take A Load Off

Thousands of prisoners from all ranks and backgrounds attend classes and receive one-on-one assistance. Take a Load Off meticulously questions their plans for life after release as well as what they do inside. The ROC offers reliable support and peer encouragement. Read More »

UNICOR: Prison Sweatshop or Under-Exploited Tool for Rehabilitation?


Quality vocational training, in-prison work experience, and job opportunities upon release could be so transformative if only there were the vision and leadership to realize the potential. Read More »

Lifting the Veil: Prisology Sues Federal Bureau of Prisons for Freedom of Information Act Violations

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The Bureau of Prisons is a giant federal agency that has stymied Freedom of Information Act requests for years. Read More »

Interview: Christopher Zoukis, Co-Author of ‘The Directory of Federal Prisons’

Directory of Federal Prisons

"By merely writing and receiving letters, prisoners are exposed to the fresh air of healthy, non-prison influences. The importance of this cannot be overstated." Read More »