In 2013-14, black K-12 students were 3.6 times more likely to receive at least one out of school suspension than their white counterparts. Often, students of color are then funneled into juvenile
This blog – by Samantha Hunter, a Specialist in Education at Eastern State Penitentiary – is the first in a series of posts from participants in our groundbreaking three-year initiative
The Coalition launched From Brown v. Board to Ferguson: Fostering Dialogue on Education, Incarceration, and Civil Rights in October 2015 to address one glaring contemporary legacy of the long history of
Press Release The International Coalition of Sites of Conscience announces From Brown v. Board to Ferguson, a national initiative to foster dialogue on race, education equity, and incarceration. The project
Throughout the Coalition’s network, members are having conversations and opening new doors on the subject of race and civil rights. Black History Month offers us the chance to pause
By Tramia Jackson, Program Associate for the United States Network Justice, race, and incarceration reform have recently been at the forefront of conversations in homes, schools, and communities across the United States.