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Georgetown students help free imprisoned former Prince George’s police officer (WUSA9)

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

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
(WAMU)

In coronavirus crisis, lessons in humanity toward America’s incarcerated (USA Today)

Financial aid options for incarcerated individuals (USA Today)

Students help ex-inmates start their own businesses (The Boston Globe)

Coronavirus cases surge in Ohio, highlighting troubling conditions in state’s prisons (Fox News)

Overtime jumps 13% for Ohio prison workers as coronavirus hits staff, inmates (Cleveland.com)

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

Why I changed my mind on having second chances at life after prison (The Hill op-ed)

‘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)

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

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)

Georgetown Program Teaches Returning Citizens To Be Entrepreneurs: ‘It Gave Me A Goal’ (DCist)

‘Making an Exoneree’: A Georgetown class helped free this innocent man after 27 years (WJLA)

A Golf Magazine And Three Undergrads Freed An Innocent Man. How Many More Aren’t So Lucky? (BuzzFeed opinion)

Georgetown Undergrads Help Free A Wrongfully Convicted Man (DCist)

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