Anthony Cutaia, 74, is a consultant for the City of Boston Office of Returning Citizens and works on the program for rehabilitation certificates.
This program would be a significant benefit for individuals with Federal convictions as they are
Jurrell Laronal, 34, is a community organizer, fitness trainer, and martial arts coach. Jurrell is from Dorchester, a neighborhood deeply impacted by the racial disparities of the criminal justice system. Jurrell was incarcerated at age 19 for
While incarcerated in Massachusetts, Michael Cox was sent to solitary confinement for a month and a half after he, an openly gay man, reported an act of sexual violence against him to prison officials. Cox later did more time in solitary after
Darrell Jones, 51, is a father, son, brother and a prison reform activist. At the age of 18, he was incarcerated for a crime he never committed. After serving 32 years in the prison system, he was finally acquitted in June 2019.
Season 2 of The Eldridge Files coming to you with local stories of Criminal Justice Reform. Survivors of #solitaryconfinement speak with State Senator Jamie Eldridge about their raw experiences being in solitary, and explain the gruesome condit
Inspiring environmental justice activist and co-founder of the Sunrise Movement, Varshini Prakash, joined Senator Jamie Eldridge to talk about how the Sunrise Movement is pushing to change systemic inequity through intersectional activism. Volu
Senator Eldridge and Eugenia Gibbons, Clean Energy Programs Director at the Mass Energy Consumers Alliance, talk about how to move Massachusetts away from fossil fuel dependency through state investments, and though policies that provide more g
Senator Eldridge is joined by Cannabis Control Commissioner, Shaleen Title. They had a great conversation on her career as a champion of recreational marijuana legalization, our nation’s failed drug policies, the victims of the War on Drugs, an
Governor Mike Dukakis joins Senator Eldridge and shares a few great stories from his long and fascinating career in public service. They also had a great conversation ranging from the GOP tax bill to improving our transportation system.
Tami Gouveia joins Jamie on International Womens Day to talk about the importance of intersectionality in activism, her work to organize the Women's March on Washington Massachusetts Chapter, and lobbying the State House on A Day Without A Woma
Cambridge City Councillor Nadeem Mazen and Executive Director of the Muslim Justice League Shannon Erwin join Jamie to talk about combatting fear mongering, civil rights protections, the impact of the federal government's Countering Violent Ext
Jamie welcomes Margaret Miley from the Midas Collaborative for The Eldridge Files' first podcast. They discuss how the government should rethink home ownership incentives, the legacy of racial inequity policies, and asset development for workin
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