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Storybank October 6, 2013
Posted by Galen

An Undergraduate’s Case Against Closing Danbury

Will has spent time every weekend for his past 3 years as a student at Yale tutoring youth in a Connecticut Correctional Facility for juveniles. Will writes about how that experience has shown him the importance of family connections for those in criminal justice system, and makes the case to go much further than just keeping Danbury open, to embrace alternative sentencing that allows families to stay together.

Storybank March 11, 2013
Posted by Nation_Inside_team

The Crop

Spoken word artist and poet, Mark-Anthony declares "springtime in the shadows of your twin towers our fists springing from the earth...."

Storybank February 25, 2013
Posted by Madeleine

Kafka

Why I fight and became president of IL chapter of CURE,www.curenational.org This was my speech for our 50th reunion

Storybank February 18, 2013
Posted by paul

Justice is religious

Seminary student Kevin Brown, of Dallas, says that justice and reconciliation are religious issues.

Storybank October 6, 2011
Posted by Media Literacy Project

Breaking the Cycle

Juan spent ½ of his adult life incarcerated and talks about the obstacles he has been able to overcome to break the cycle of incarceration.

Storybank August 3, 2010
Posted by Nation Inside team

Jewel’s Story

Jewel shares her story.

Storybank August 3, 2010
Posted by Nation Inside team

Joyce’s Story

Joyce shares her story about the justice system.