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The Mission

Building Bridges

Connecting Writers & Other Artists to the Arts Community

Our mission is to provide a platform to connect arts and other community-focused organizations with a diverse pool of talented, resourceful, and motivated people impacted by the criminal legal system, and vice versa, in order to provide returning citizens with broader access to job opportunities, a variety of resources for smooth reentry, and routes to engage deeply with arts, social-justice, and community-focused organizations.

Why the ReEntry Lab?

There are many organizations centered around reentry (and doing great work). Other groups focus on the arts, and on social justice, and on building a more equitable, inclusive, and just society.

The ReEntry Lab is working to bring those pieces together, building bridges between writers and other artists leaving incarceration and the larger community to which they return, in the process giving socially conscious organizations a way to fulfill their obligations to people who count on them to make a difference.

Better Things!

NOTE: The June event will be held at Open Book! We’re meeting in Room 203, which is on the second floor, just to the left of the stairs (or right as you come out of the elevator).

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