Local mission includes connecting with incarcerated community to raise ‘awareness’


In Cleveland, The Marshall Project’s local mission includes connecting communities with information from the criminal justice system. Part of that work is being done by an outreach manager, whose job includes connecting with people in state prisons and local jails, as well as those recently released from the facilities and family members who support them.

In some cases, that work will be creating useful guides on how to navigate bureaucratic processes. It also means elevating the stories of people who are incarcerated and putting their concerns in the hands of a local team of journalists.

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