News | Alumni Advocacy

Alumni Opinion: Felony Disenfranchisement Suppresses the Votes of Black and Latinx Americans

BPI government affairs officer, Dyjuan Tatro '18, argues that felony disenfranchisement should be understood as a racist mechanism of voter suppression. This blog post was originally posted by the Vera Institute of Justice and is reproduced below. I was released from New York State prison,… Read More 

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Communications | College

BPI Gardens in September

Since the spring when faculty first stopped going into the prisons in person, BPI students have received a weekly newsletter from the college informing them of important news, academic updates, writing prompts and math problems, messages from the community, and instructions on how to… Read More 

News | Microcollege

Microcollege Student News: Black Lives Matter mural now greets visitors at Philly’s Municipal Services Building

Bard at Brooklyn Public Library microcollege student and artist Russell Craig '22 has recently painted a mural on the entrance of the Philadelphia’s Municipal Services building honoring the Black Lives Matter Movement. This article reproduced below first appeared on WHYY PBS.   The front windows of… Read More