Reentry

Harlem workforce

Initiatives

Publications & Digital Media

  • Audio

    Rikers: An American Jail

    Highlights from a public screening and panel discussion of Bill Moyers's 'Rikers: An American Jail,' moderated by New Thinking host, Matt Watkins. Commenting on the film and the future of criminal justice reform are Tina Luongo of the Legal Aid Society, Jill Harris of the Brooklyn District Attorney's Office, and two of the people formerly held on Rikers featured in the film: Barry Campbell of the Fortune Society, and Johnny Perez of the National Religious Campaign Against Torture.

  • Video

    What Does Reintegration Mean to You? The Muscogee (Creek) Nation Reintegration Program

    The Muscogee (Creek) Nation Reintegration Program provides intensive case management and reentry services to tribal members returning to the community from incarceration. The program provides financial assistance for basic needs such as housing, clothing, and groceries, and offers long-term support through educational, vocational, and legal services. This video, which was an official selection of the American Indian Film Festival, introduces viewers to the program through interviews with clients, staff and the numerous partners--like prison and court officials--that have allowed the program to

  • Audio

    College Incarcerated

    What if you brought together prosecutors and people they may have helped to incarcerate for a college seminar behind bars on the criminal justice system, and asked them to produce a list of policy recommendations? That's the premise of a novel experiment in prison education. On New Thinking, hear from Jarrell Daniels, a program graduate, and Lucy Lang, executive director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, who conceived of the idea.

See All Publications and Digital Media 

We work with reformers around the world.

Do you need help solving a problem, launching a new initiative or improving an old one?