Patricia Duran is a career counselor at Cal Poly Pomona. She was responsible for the "Career Development" module for Dr. Reese's Reintegration Academy.
Jermaine Subia was the Valedictorian of his class while receiving his Associate's degree at the California State prison in Norco. He discusses his past, present, and future.
Clarence "Rudy" Brownspent 16 years in federal prison for a drug conspiracy charge. Upon his release he coordinated a program at Cal State San Bernardino that helped parolees find jobs. He is currently an employment and training specialist for LA Works.
Judah 1 is one of the most gifted spoken word artists in Los Angeles.
Discussing prison, race, class, power, and spirituality, he came to our studio to give us a taste of his brilliance.
Ricshawn Moore,a Reintegration Academy participant, discusses surviving the violent streets of Compton, CA and how he is determined to change his life.
John Sewell,has worked in the LAPD for over 6 years. He discusses his policing philosophy, the challenge of policing gangs, and law enforcement.
John Lee,retired as an Associate Warden in the Chino Women's Prison. He worked in the California Department of Corrections as a correctional officer, sergeant, lieutenant, and associate warden for over three decades.
Luis Garcia, Former inmate Luis Garcia speaks about getting his
undergraduate and Master's degrees. He is now working
on his doctorate.
Kim Hulscher,of the Dutch Salvation Army discusses social service outreach for prostitutes, drug users, and parolees in Amsterdam.
Sean Roosa Michael, Street musician Sean Roosa discusses his bouts with drug abuse and the criminal justice system as he plays his guitar and sings between interview questions.
Willie Fant, former gang member, shares his views on his recent release from prison, prison life and what led up to his incarceration. Willie now has aspirations to prevent youth from following in his footsteps.
David Sexton, spent various periods of time incarcerated for drug violations. He graduated with honors at Cal Poly Pomona.
Michael "Quake" Fisherspent twelve years in prison for manslaughter (gang violence). He wrote Chapter 3 of the book Prison Race.
KCET Special about race riots in prison and interview with Michael "Quake" Fisher and Professor Renford Reese.
Time Warner exposé about Will 'Trey Devil' Field's transition from prison life to freedom.