Blog & News2020-08-17T11:44:40-07:00

The latest News & Blogs written by staff, incarcerated colleagues & community members

By |August 5th, 2020|

Listen to our Program Manager, Phil Melendez on "Stories of Transformation with Baktash Ahadi" A Transformational Story of Healing and Forgiveness After Being Sentenced to Life in Prison with Philip Melendez: Listen to the episode [...]

NPR KQED: ‘We’re Talking About Human Beings’: Released from San Quentin, Adnan Khan Advocates for People Still Inside

By |July 31st, 2020|

From KQED, Listen to the entire interview here Adnan spent the last four of his 16 years of incarceration at San Quentin State Prison. Now he's an outspoken advocate on behalf of his incarcerated friends [...]

Blog: Proximity Hurts

By |July 29th, 2020|

I just found out my friend died. He contracted COVID-19 in San Quentin State Prison after a botched transfer of positive cases there. As I write this in my grief, I cannot imagine the devastation [...]

Behind Bars, but Still Posting on TikTok

By |July 1st, 2020|

Adnan Khan, the executive director of Re:Store Justice, a criminal justice reform organization he helped start while in prison, says he often used contraband phones to search for basic information online. The day Khan got [...]

CORONAVIRUS IN JAILS AND PRISONS

By |June 30th, 2020|

Adnan Khan, who spent four years in San Quentin and is currently the executive director of the advocacy organization Re:Store Justice, said he’s not surprised that people on death row have become infected. There are no [...]

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