Deaf in Prison: Advocating for Social Change
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Deaf in Prison: Advocating for Social Change

Earlier this week, we posted on “Deaf in Prison: Examining Social Exclusion in Systems,” and invited everyone to a program at our Chicago campus examining social exclusion in prison systems affecting the deaf and hard-of-hearing. Organized by the Adler School’s Institute on Social Exclusion, the Institute on Public Safety and Social Justice, and the M.A. in … Continue reading

Exploring International Lessons to Help Illinois End Its School-to-Prison Pipeline
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Exploring International Lessons to Help Illinois End Its School-to-Prison Pipeline

As the U.S. prison system continues to be vastly over-represented by youth of color and costs of incarceration continue to skyrocket, The Woods Fund Chicago launches its Right On Justice Initiative in partnership with the Adler School’s Institute on Public Safety and Social Justice (IPSSJ), and the Albany Park Neighborhood Council, with an October 22 … Continue reading