Reuben Jonathan Miller: How radical hospitality can change the lives of the formerly incarcerated

Reuben Jonathan Miller: How radical hospitality can change the lives of the formerly incarcerated

For the nearly 20 million Americans with a felony record, punishment doesn’t end after their prison sentence. Sociologist Reuben Jonathan Miller sheds light on the aftershocks of mass incarceration through the stories of people who’ve lived it, left it and still have to grapple with punishing policies after their release. A challenge to rethink the criminal justice system in the US — and make a place in society for all people, even those who’ve done harm.

PUBLISH DATE: January 19, 2022

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