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Running on the streets we used to sleep on

Running on the streets we used to sleep on

5:30am Monday, Wednesday, Friday I was told to show up to the corner of Broad and Bainbridge in South Philadelphia at 5:30am. “There’ll be people, you’ll see them,” I was told. That’s how I met […]

The economics of human flourishing

The economics of human flourishing

An exponential spirit is sparking in Jersey City. Off the southeast waterfront, the Statue of Liberty carries the torch—promises of refuge and hopes of rising. What better place for a groundswell of problem-solvers equipped with […]

Launching tech careers and transforming lives

Launching tech careers and transforming lives

An unemployed veteran raising three children, a young adult in Baltimore aspiring for more, a resilient New Yorker facing difficult challenges, and a veteran struggling to take their first steps back into civilian life – […]

From wrongly convicted felon to CNN Hero

From wrongly convicted felon to CNN Hero

On the evening of May 15, 1994, shots rang out into the Dallas night. Six miles away, Richard Miles couldn’t hear the sound – but that didn’t matter to the law enforcement officials who arrested […]

When the changed start leading the change

When the changed start leading the change

After twenty years entangled in drug use, homelessness, crime, and incarceration, Justin Allen became part of the first cohort of participants in The Other Side Academy (TOSA) in Salt Lake City. Here, intensely consistent feedback […]

A trajectory-changing, cycle-breaking sisterhood

A trajectory-changing, cycle-breaking sisterhood

“Over time we’ve mastered the art of establishing relationships that support girls and building trust to allow them to say what they truly think. In having that safe space, they transform their own lives.” Gerry […]

Getting free on the inside to thrive on the outside

Getting free on the inside to thrive on the outside

Prison is never the starting point and very rarely the end point. The vast majority—95%—of currently incarcerated individuals will be released and attempt reentry to civilian life. The question Prison Fellowship asks is not what […]

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