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January 23, 2020

Samantha Melamed - January 23, 2020

As traffic roared down the four-lane road bisecting a bleak industrial corner of Chester, Terrance Lewis, 41, stood on the broken sidewalk outside the prison and gazed about, as if taking in a dazzling view. It was his first unobstruc...

November 19, 2019

Katie Meyer - November 18, 2019

Conditions in state prison are changing dramatically for the 136 people sitting on death row in Pennsylvania, thanks to a settlement the Department of Corrections made Monday with the American Civil Liberties and several other inmates’ ri...

November 18, 2019

Why 1,200 People Who Never Took a Life Are Condemned to Die in Pa. Prisons. | Editorial

Life without parole is a punishment supposedly kept only for those beyond redemption, whose crimes are so heinous that they should never be part of society again. Under Pennsylvania...

October 18, 2019

"The Mayor of Graterford" Film Screening

A screening and dialogue exploring life without parole sentences and the realities of serving life in prison.

The Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program and the Criminal Justice Society at Temple University welcome you to attend a fre...

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