Inside-Out in the Media

Inside-Out classes regularly receive attention in print, radio, and television, with more than 300+ news pieces appearing across North America, Europe, and Australia featuring the Inside-Out model.

Select Media:

(3/31/2017) Next City (U.S.)
"After 36 Years in Prison, This Philadelphian Has a Model for Criminal Justice Reform"

(1/30/2016) BBC News (U.K.)
“Durham University's Inside-Out scheme sees students study with prisoners”

(1/24/2016) Independent (U.K.)
“Prisoners study alongside Durham University undergraduates in unique criminology course” 

(9/14/2015) NPR – All Things Considered (U.S.)
“Inside-Out: Where Campus Life Meets Prison Life” 

(1/29/2015) VICE MEDIA LLC
“The Exchange Program That Puts College Kids in Classrooms with Prisoners”

(3/4/2014) Radio Times (NPR – Philadelphia)
“The Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program”

(3/3/2014) Newsworks (NPR – Philadelphia)
“Temple class inside prison lets undergrads and inmates learn from each other”

Articles have also appeared in the following publications:

Life Matters: Australia Broadcasting Corp.
The Toronto Star (Canada)
The Copenhagen Post (Denmark)
The Journal (U.K.)
Arizona Correctional Educators (Arizona)
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette (Arkansas)
Rome News-Tribune (Georgia)
The Indianapolis Star (Indiana)
WISH TV (Indiana)
Topeka Capital-Journal (Kansas)
Associated Press, The Kansan (Kansas)
KY Forward (Kentucky)
The Boston Globe (Massachusetts)
The Providence Journal (Massachusetts)
The Detroit Free Press (Michigan)
The Michigan Journal (Michigan)
St. Paul Pioneer Press (Minnesota)
Owatonna People’s Press (Minnesota)
The Star-Ledger (New Jersey)
Corrections Today (NY)
Cincinnati Magazine (Ohio)
The Athens News (Ohio)
The Eugene Register Guard (Oregon)
Bend Weekly (Oregon)
The Philadelphia Inquirer (Philadelphia)
Scranton Times Tribune (PA)
The Tennessean (Tennessee)
Tennessee Bar Association Today (Tennessee)
HBCU Digest (Virginia)
CEA-W Newsletter (Wisconsin)

“Part of my personal philosophy has always been that in order to be a complete and fully realized person, you have to see and experience everything possible and that I could never completely understand myself without seeking to understand others. …A few months ago… I discovered the Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program and decided that this was exactly the type of unique experience that I always sought after and I was anxious to become a part of it. I didn’t know then how profoundly this experience would affect me.”
(Outside Participant)