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tells his story and explains how the education opportunities provided to him by the University of Illinois effected his time inside of Danville Prison and his life on the outside.

Re-Entry

EJP’s work extends beyond prison education programs. Produced annually, the Re-Entry Guide is intended to help incarcerated individuals make their re-entry a success.

Policy

Rebecca Ginsburg, Director of EJP, explains the importance of prison education policy and how it effects EJP’s work inside and outside of prisons.

What Is The
Education Justice Project?


EJP is a vibrant academic community of incarcerated students, educators, formerly incarcerated individuals, family members of the incarcerated, and others who are committed to more just and humane world, achieved through education and critical awareness. We believe that providing opportunities for quality postsecondary education within American prisons is an important step towards that vision.

We are EJP


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