re-entry programs http://kalw.org en Forging a path from San Quentin to Silicon Valley http://kalw.org/post/forging-path-san-quentin-silicon-valley <p><span style='line-height: normal; font-family: "times new roman", "new york", times, serif; font-size: 12pt;' id="yui_3_7_2_1_1379435952798_18303">&nbsp; Tue, 17 Sep 2013 17:53:05 +0000 City Visions 33187 at http://kalw.org Forging a path from San Quentin to Silicon Valley Where do older prisoners go when they get out? http://kalw.org/post/where-do-older-prisoners-go-when-they-get-out <p></p><p>The older we get, the harder it is to think of ourselves as “old.” But as far as the government is concerned – specifically, the federal corrections system – you’re “aging” or “elderly” once you turn 50. California houses one of the country’s biggest populations of elderly prisoners. And gradually, it also releases them.</p><p> Tue, 09 Apr 2013 01:18:51 +0000 Leila Day 25442 at http://kalw.org Where do older prisoners go when they get out? Dispatches from the Inside: A prisoner's take on a correctional re-entry program http://kalw.org/post/dispatches-inside-prisoners-take-correctional-re-entry-program <p><em>Richard Gilliam is incarcerated at San Quentin State Prison.&nbsp;</em></p><p>May 2, 2012</p><p><strong>The Argument in Favor of Re-implementation and Expansion of a Correctional Re-entry Program</strong></p> Wed, 27 Jun 2012 19:44:11 +0000 Richard Gilliam 12782 at http://kalw.org Dispatches from the Inside: A prisoner's take on a correctional re-entry program