From Ball and Chain to Cap and Gown: Getting a B.A. Behind Bars
From Ball and Chain to Cap and Gown: Getting a B.A. Behind Bars“PBS NewsHour economics correspondent Paul Solman reports on the Bard Prison Initiative and its academic based “job training” from Woodbourne Correctional Facility, with interviews with BPI incarcerated students, BPI faculty, and Max Kenner, BPI Executive Director. The piece aired on July 26, 2011, and is the first part of a two-part series.
How To Succeed in Business By Really, Really Trying
Part II of PBS economics correspondent Paul Solman’s report on the Bard Prison Initiative, focusing on BPI alumni employed with WeRecycle!, an innovative New York electronics recycling facility, including interviews with BPI alum Anthony Cardenales, WeRecycle! owners John and Wendy Neu, WeRecycle! COO Virgil Fisher, and and BPI Executive Director Max Kenner. Produced by Lee Koromvokis, the piece aired on July 27, 2011.