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Recent Highlights

Prison Education

Bachelor of Liberal Arts Program

First class of prison inmates starts Georgetown University program (CNBC)

Applications open for Georgetown University’s education program for Maryland Prison System (WDVM)

Maryland inmates can now earn a bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University (CNN)

Georgetown degree program launches for Maryland prisons (The Washington Post)

This D.C. university is starting a bachelor’s degree program in a Maryland prison (Washington Business Journal)

Georgetown University to Offer Bachelor’s Degree Program to Maryland Inmates (NBC4)

Georgetown offers bachelor’s degree program to Maryland prison inmates (WTOP)

Georgetown to offer bachelor’s degree program to Maryland inmates (The Hill)

Georgetown University To Offer Bachelor’s Degree Program To Maryland Inmates

Georgetown University to introduce degree program for Maryland inmates (The Washington Post)

D.C. Prison Scholars

A special election inside a D.C. jail results in a first: a female winner (The Washington Post)

Elected from jail, DC official advances voting rights and racial justice (ABC News)

Prisoners free their minds in Georgetown University class behind bars (The Washington Post)

‘There’s no words to describe it’ | Former DC inmate thanks Georgetown professor and Kim Kardashian-West for making him a free man (WUSA 9)

With a letter of support from Kim Kardashian-West, D.C. man convicted of murder as a teen gets a second chance (The Washington Post)

Kim Kardashian West: Justice Project (Oxygen)

Sentenced to Life As a Teen, D.C. Inmate Championed by Kim Kardashian Released After More Than 20 Years in Prison (Time)

In this class, prisoners and Georgetown students grapple with difficult lessons (The Washington Post Magazine)