Education grants for prisoners are not only practical, they also promote human dignity
America Magazine
August 16, 2019

“Activists like Michelle Alexander and Ava Duvernay have brought the overgrown and unjust nature of the U.S. prison system to the nation’s attention. Some bipartisan efforts to reform law enforcement and criminal justice are already underway, but our staggering prison population demands more action. One promising approach is the Restoring Education and Learning (REAL) Act, which would reinstate Pell grant eligibility for incarcerated individuals, enabling more higher education programs in prisons.”

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