Monthly Archives: November 2013

These 32 People Are Spending Their Lives In Prison For Nonviolent Crimes

Despite what we hear about prison and sentencing reform, remember millions of our citizens are languishing behind bars for needlessly long periods of time and when they are released, if they are released, we make it impossible for them to … Continue reading

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They say you can’t go home again

Nearly a decade ago, I left Swarthmore for the second time. I was a student at the college until the spring of 1975 and returned in 1990 to serve as a senior administrator for the next 15 years. In the … Continue reading

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