Monthly Archives: March 2017

Petey Greene Prison Tutoring

Reimagining the Classroom in Carceral Settings

Classrooms in prisons and jails can return to people what the penal system works to strip away—space and opportunities to self-express, self-advocate, and affirm their own humanity and the humanity of others around them. Performing this function of rights-restoration is not the limit of education

Framing Immigration: A Response to the NYT

The New York Times (NYT) published a brief piece over the weekend exploring the paper’s use of language in articles touching on immigration. It draws its inspiration from an in-depth article published on Tuesday that aimed to profile the 11-million individuals living without papers in

Haitians at the Border: Shifting Priorities

At the heart of a story emblematic of the bewildering confluence of rapidly evolving economic struggles and social identities occurring currently in the Americas is a group of migrants living in Tijuana, Baja California, near the Mexican-United States border. They have been grouped together as