In this installment, we examined the prison system that traces its roots back to slavery, and the ways in which the conditions facing people in prison — and when they return home — have significant costs when it comes to health, public safety, and human dignity. We also looked to the people and organizations that are working to reframe the national dialogue around criminal justice and building food systems based on health, equity, and justice for all incarcerated and free people.
Dr. Douglas Wood Director of Criminal Justice Reform Initiative at the Aspen Institute
Kanav Kathuria Founder at the Maryland Food & Prison Abolition Project
Sam Lewis Executive Director, The Anti-Recidivism Coalition
Vonya Quarles Executive Director, Starting Over, Inc.