Making Contact

Resurrected: Formerly Incarcerated Change-Makers

Darris YoungIn order to reduce prison over-crowding the Justice Department is releasing about 6,000 non-violent inmates early. Darris Young is working to make sure upon release individuals can successfully transition after incarceration. On the Next edition of Making Contact we’ll meet more individuals like Darris who also went to prison, came out and dedicated their life to making a positive difference.

Featuring:

Frankie V. Guzman, Attorney at the National Center for Youth Law; Frederick Hutson, Founder/CEO Pigeonly; Clemmie Greenlee, founder of the Nashville Peacemakers; and Darris Young, Local Organizer at the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights

Featuring Music by:

Indian Wells: Alcantara

The Gateless Gate: Endless Grey

Steve Combs: Descent and March

Cousin Silas / Black Hill: Cousin Silas & Black Hill – Sand of the South

More information

National Center for Youth Law

Ella Baker Center

Nashville Peace and Justice Center

Pigeonly

  • Mary Lespier

    Making the transition from offender to ex-offender can be easier with an education. Richmond YouthWORKS can help you get your GED. Find out how. 2705 Macdonald Ave. Richmond, CA 94804

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