Getting Above the Line with Accountability

A recent class at Allegheny County Jail in Pennsylvania illustrates the way participants internalize concepts connected to responsibility and transformation. As part of the regular Path of...

Inmates at the Nevada County jail say yoga classes have made a positive difference in their lives

“By the time most of us get in here we have experienced some kind of trauma in our lives,” said inmate Raelynn Amour. “Now we live in a room with 20 other women and many of us...

Path of Freedom: July Reports from the Field

  The following quotations were gathered from facilitators offering the Path of Freedom (POF) curriculum around the U.S.. This month’s collection highlights the benefits reported by...

Mindfulness in Kenyan Prisons Project Needs Your Help!

Developing Mindful Leaders in Kenya WHY SHOULD YOU CARE? There are some incredible people locked in Kenyan prisons (70% of inmates in Kenya do not have access to basic justice*). When equipped...

After finding “brotherhood” behind bars, ex-offenders help others navigate life after prison

Upon release from prison, ex-offenders often enter a world full of uncertainty. Where do you live? Where do you work? How do you survive? Mario Bueno tries to help people find these answers. He...

44 Inmates Get College Degrees in Prison

Sing Sing Correctional Facility just had its largest graduating class ever. Click here to watch the video on NBC 4 NY, as reported by Stacey Bell.

Pre-release: I See My Basic Goodness

In a Path of Freedom class for women at the Barnstable Correctional Facility in Massachusetts, one participant shared inspiring words. After attending the class for many months and developing a...

Can Mindfulness Reduce School Violence?

A recent article from Pittsburgh illustrates the benefits of our mindfulness-based emotional intelligence curriculum. Under the leadership of former teacher Executive Director Stephanie Romero,...

Norfolk Jail has inmate yoga classes to prevent repeat offenses

Research shows teaching inmates meditation can have positive effects on their behavior and decision making, which translates into reducing recidivism. A 2002 study at Seattle’s North...
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