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    How Danielle Empowers Students and Advocates for Educational Equity

    How Danielle Empowers Students and Advocates for Educational...

    October 5, 2020

    From a young age, Danielle, a High School Equivalency Teacher at The Fortune Society, knew that teaching was her cal...

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    Students Create Their Own African-American Museum

    Students Create Their Own African-American Museum...

    June 19, 2018

    NY1 highlights The Fortune Society's African-American Museum - a collection of exhibits created entirely by students...

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    Fordham A2J Initiative Gets Students Inside Infamous Rikers Island

    Fordham A2J Initiative Gets Students Inside Infamous Rikers ...

    March 5, 2018

    Fordham University's A2J Initiative engages law students in a variety of programs to expose them to the criminal justice...

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    A Father, Student, and Advocate

    A Father, Student, and Advocate...

    June 16, 2017

    Hassan’s prior experience with the criminal justice system doesn’t define him. Instead, he is using it as a catalyst...

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    Department of Correction appoints BOC Vice-Chair Stanley Richards as First Deputy Commissioner of Programs and Operations

    Department of Correction appoints BOC Vice-Chair Stanley Ric...

    July 1, 2021

    Stanley Richards, long-time executive vice-president of the Fortune Society and Vice-Chair of the New York City Board...

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    Racial Justice and Eviction Prevention Dominant Themes in $15 Million in Grants Awarded by Trinity Church Wall Street

    Racial Justice and Eviction Prevention Dominant Themes in $1...

    June 24, 2021

    Funding supports 100 grantees, most with strong focus on criminal justice and keeping people stably housed NEW YORK, NY...

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