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At a virtual event with the New York City Bar, The Fortune Society's President & CEO JoAnne Page discusses how the issues of re-entry into society after jail or prison are deeply connected to the reform of police departments and other calls for criminal justice reform.READ MORE
In this interview with Cheryl Wills on NY1's "In Focus," our Executive VP Stanley Richards discusses the urgent need for New York's recent bail reform law. Fortune participant Althea Hogan, who spent months behind bars because she couldn't afford bail, also shares her story.READ MORE
No one should be incarcerated because they can’t afford to pay bail. New York’s new bail reform law, which took effect in January, will end this practice for people charged with most misdemeanors and nonviolent felonies. Learn more on Inside City Hall with our Executive VP Stanley Richards.READ MORE
When Otis Johnson returned to the community after 44 years in prison, he came to Fortune for help navigating a drastically different world. In this video, Otis shows the challenges he faces adjusting to society and how he seeks to focus on his future.READ MORE
Following the New York City Council's vote to Close Rikers, our Executive Vice President Stanley Richards weighs in on what this historic decision means for criminal justice reform in NYC. Watch the interview on PBS.READ MORE
Heatwaves in NYC affirm calls for criminal justice reform, as many people incarcerated are subjected to inadequate air-conditioning. With Kelsey De Avila of Brooklyn Defender Services, Fortune Executive Vice President Stanley Richards joined Errol Louis of Inside City Hall to discuss the issue. Watch now.READ MORE