Prison University Project student and Senior Editor of the San Quentin News Juan Moreno Haines has emerged as a voice of the incarcerated experience during the COVID-19 crisis. The published pieces collected below reflect what's happening inside San … [Read more...] about Student Juan Moreno Haines on COVID-19 inside San Quentin
When I walked out of San Quentin prison in 2013, I left behind the despair, violence and uncertainty rampant within its walls. Like a suit of armor I had to wear for decades, I gladly shed the protective gear of survival skills that were no longer … [Read more...] about USA Today: America is isolated. I’ve been there before. Lessons I’ve learned from San Quentin
Former Prison University Project student and former San Quentin News editor Jesse Vasquez shared his reentry journey in The Atlantic and Great Big Story features on innovative housing opportunities for formerly incarcerated people. … [Read more...] about Former student Jesse Vasquez’s reentry story featured in “The Atlantic” and “Great Big Story”
Prison University Project student and Program Clerk James King explores the future of reform. I hear it all the time. “San Quentin is unique,” “If only we could take what’s happening here and reproduce it in other prisons,” blah, blah, … [Read more...] about WitnessLA: Dispatches from San Quentin—Is San Quentin State Prison The Future Of Prison Reform?