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  • March 22, 2017 Tablet Magazine
    David Rothenberg’s Fortune

    Rabbi, tzaddik, shaman: there may be something of all of these in David Rothenberg, who was celebrated Feb. 24 at an “Evening With David” on the roof of the Castle, a beautiful five-story neo-Gothic structure in Harlem that is run as a halfway house by the Fortune Society for 60 [formerly incarcerated individuals].

  • March 17, 2017 Spike
    The Kalief Browder story

    Kalief Browder will not be forgotten. Fortune Executive Vice President, Stanley Richards, and Case Manager, Ismael Nazario, are featured in the six-part documentary, TIME: The Kalief Browder Story.

  • March 16, 2017 Next City
    What dip in high school credential means for NYC employment

    Stanley Richards [Fortune Excecutive Vice President] was one of thousands upon thousands of people who took and passed the General Educational Development (GED) exam in New York state. It put him on the path to earning a college degree while still behind bars.

  • March 15, 2017 American Enterprise Institute
    Increasing opportunity for returned citizens in the Big Apple

    To add to AEI’s growing body of work on prison education and reentry, we met with prisoners, returned citizens, and leaders in the nonprofit, business, and public sectors to discuss which models work; which do not work, and why.

  • March 15, 2017 Norwood News
    Bronx barriers: knowing your rights

    Leviticus Mitchell [Fortune client]’s life could have taken a different turn had he known his rights. Mitchell, who is 22, was just 14 years old when he entered the criminal justice system, arrested on a gun possession charge.

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