Marc Howard and three Prison Scholars talk

Together for Justice

Working in prisons, in the community, and on campus, the Georgetown University Prisons and Justice Initiative brings opportunities within reach for people affected by the mass incarceration crisis.

About PJI

Georgetown has emerged as a leader among universities nationwide for its commitment to humanizing, educating, and empowering people during and after incarceration. Through its robust programming, the Prisons and Justice Initiative offers higher education opportunities, reentry support, and advocacy work that transform lives and uplift people affected by the criminal legal system.

Explore Our Programs

Prison Education

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Reentry Programming

Wrongful Convictions

See Making An Exoneree in Action

A new docuseries explores the wrongful conviction case of Christina Boyer and the team dedicated to bringing her home.

Stream “Demons and Saviors” on Hulu

Student and Alumni Voices

Keonte Lewis

“I wanted to do something that’s meaningful for me.”

Meet Prison Scholar Keonte

“With this education, this knowledge, I don’t see myself going back.”

Meet Paralegal Alum Alexis
Dorain Grogan

“Being accepted into the program reaffirmed that I am capable, and I am enough.”

Meet BLA Student Dorain