To keep our community updated on what's new, The Inside-Out Center has launched a newsletter to be circulated on the first of each month. The Inside-Out Newsletter serves to recap the previous month's events, share Inside-Out stories, and promote upcoming opportunities to get involved.
(Vol 1., No. 7)
Volume seven of the Inside-Out Newsletter updates about the success of Inside-Out's virtual training institutes, as well as virtual classes being held at Arcadia, Drexel, Gwynedd Mercy, LaSalle, Saint Joseph’s, Swarthmore, and Temple Universities. Also included in this issue: A memorial piece remembering beloved community member Marc Trice, The recently published article, Inside-Out: Bringing Law Students Face-to-Face With Injustice by Romie Griesmer, and Inside-Out Podcast Episode #12 with guest host Morgan Mifflin interviewing Christopher Lee Lamoureux.
(Vol 1., No. 6)
The sixth installment of the Inside-Out Newsletter discusses Inside-Out courses running during the pandemic, such as a USC Dornsife course on memoir writing and a virtual program run through Pace University. Also included in this issue: a Sentencing Project Report featuring Inside-Out staff member John Pace, a VIU Inside-Out member announced as the recipient of this year's Lieutenant Governor’s Medal, and a graphic identifying 14 states with the highest percentages of the whole community of educators who have taken the Inside-Out training.
(Vol 1., No. 5)
Our fifth newsletter reveals an exciting announcement: Inside-Out has a new website design! Also included is an article discussing our first International Zoom session held on June 10th, 2021, an article by Jy’Aire Smith-Pennick discussing the importance of programs inside, an infographic showing the growth of Inside-Out over the years, and more.
(Vol 1., No. 4)
The fourth newsletter includes quite a number of features, including a very exciting story about Pitzer College’s new Inside-Out Pathway-to-BA Program, as well as pieces about our Zoom session on racism and a Zoom class focused on race, class, and gender. Additionally, we have included a poem from one of our instructors – the first of, we hope, many literary contributions to grace our newsletter.
(Vol 1., No. 3)
This third newsletter includes a piece on a special presentation that Inside-Out made at the Association of American Law School’s 2021 Conference, as well as several links to programs, events, and articles of interest to those in the Inside-Out network.
(Vol 1., No. 2)
Our second newsletter features pieces on the involvement of formerly incarcerated Inside-Out alumni in instructor trainings, a virtual women’s re-entry simulation, a graph of Inside-Out instructors by discipline, and a number of links to other interesting articles.
(Vol 1., No. 1)
Introducing our inaugural monthly newsletter, which we hope folks will read, contribute to, and forward onto others. This issue includes a piece on a Zoom that we held on Healthcare and Prisons, as well as other program announcements.