Resources

Connections: A Guide for Formerly Incarcerated Individuals in New  York City  2017

A guide compiled by the New York Public Library of resources and organizations available to formerly incarcerated individuals as well as a information on how to find employment.

Created by the New York Public Library’s Correctional Services
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On Your Own: A listing of resources and legal services
that are available in the Capital District of New York

“This annotated directory and legal information guide offers community residents, specifically those convicted of a crime and those returning from jail or prison, a variety of legal information and a listing of public and private resources and legal services that are available in the Capital District of New York and are free of charge or offered at a reduced cost.” 

A publication of the Center for Law and Justice, Inc.
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Back to School: A Guide to Continuing Your Education After Prison

“This guide is designed to help you take the first steps towards continuing your education, whether that means learning English, working towards your GED, learning an occupation, or building on college credits you have already earned.”

Created by the Prisoner Reentry Institute (PRI) at John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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Language Campaign Open Letter

A letter created by the Center for NuLeadership on Urban Solutions on a re-configuring of the language we use to refer to incarcerated or formerly incarcerated individuals. 

Created by the Center for NuLeadership on Urban Solutions’ (CNUS)
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