10.15.2012

Angelo Pinto on “Breaking New Grounds”

Angelo Pinto, Raise the Age Campaign Manager, appears on Lillian George’s "Breaking New Grounds" Radio Show to discuss our work to keep youth out of adult jails and prisons. Read More

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10.15.2012

The State of Black America

Correctional Association Executive Director Soffiyah Elijah appeared on a special three-hour program hosted by Walter Turner and Gregg Bridges, examining the challenges and opportunities facing the African American community.Read More

08.06.2012

Correctional Association “On the Count” broadcast

Executive Director Soffiyah Elijah serves as the guest host of "On the Count: The Prison and Criminal Justice Report," a weekly hour-long show on WBAI-Pacifica Radio. Read More

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03.17.2012

Soffiyah Elijah on WBAI’s “On the Count”

CA executive director Soffiyah Elijah hosts a two hour special of Eddie Ellis' show, On the Count, in celebration of Women's History month.Read More

08.18.2009

Shackled Birth – Former Women Inmates Lobby to Ban Labor Shackles

A bill that would make New York the fifth state in the country to prohibit shackles on pregnant women inmates was passed three months ago in Albany. Today, women's rights advocates called on the governor to finally sign it.Read More

02.04.2009

Report Recommends More Discretion for Judges in Drug Cases

A state sentencing commission has issued a new report, a year after it was charged with looking at how to reform New York's Rockefeller drug laws. The commission recommends allowing judges more discretion in sentencing first and second-time non-violent drug offenders.Read More

12.17.2008

Taking on the Budget

CA executive director Robert Gangi responds to Governor Paterson’s proposed executive budget on WNYC’s The Brian Lehrer Show. Read More

03.04.2008

Prison Closings Trouble Upstate New York

The Correctional Association weighs in on the misuse of prisons as a “job program” in upstate communities, on this second segment of a two-part report about prison downsizing on NPR. Read More