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Formerly incarcerated students seek support at GSSC town hall

BY AARON HOLMES | SPECTATOR SENIOR STAFF WRITER | OCTOBER 5, 2016, 1:14 AM Citing prejudice and institutional barriers to education, two students asked General Studies Student Council to provide support for formerly incarcerated students at a GSSC town hall meeting on... READ MORE

“Aging in Prison” OP-ED Featured in NY Times

Jailing Old Folks Makes No Sense By GERALDINE DOWNEY and FRANCES NEGRÓN-MUNTANERAUG. 30, 2016 In 1980, the methadone clinic that had been treating Gloria Rubero as an outpatient dropped her. She was soon desperate for drugs. In August that year, she and an... READ MORE

Broadway for Black Lives Matter at Columbia University

The Broadway for Black Lives Matter Collective presented the free community event at Columbia University’s Lerner Hall Roone Arledge Auditorium, located at 2920 Broadway (West 115th Street).   Click here to read full article at PLAYBILL.COM  Click here to read... READ MORE

Visions of Confinement early recap- WATCH NOW

After an inspiring opening reception  and an informative and educational 3-Day Justice Forum at Visions of Confinement, the rest of the summer will continue to function as an educational laboratory and flex space inside the gallery, and is aimed at... READ MORE