Getting Out And Staying Out: Issues Black Men Face After Prison

Dec 10, 2015

A demonstrator at the 2014 Locked Up Locked Out march in Chicago
Credit Sarah Jane Rhee

In Illinois, thousands of African American men are released from prison each year. But, without support from government and community, many will go back. 

In this roundtable discussion, moderated by Jacqualine Simone Williams,  Larry Hemingway Sr., Robert Moore and Austin Randolph explore what makes black men more likely to return to Illinois prisons than any other race and what can be done to change this alarming reality. 

You can read more  in this in-depth piece by Williams on the topic.