Oct 28, 2015

San Quentin’s prison university gives inm...

Thirteen students trickled into a classroom from the yard — blacks, Latinos, whites, Asians, old and young. Nash, a tall guy with his dreadlocks pulled back, isn’t a typical college student. San Quentin is home to the Prison University Project, the largest on-site college-in-prison program among California state prisons. Inmates in PUP earn their associate’s degree for free, with volunteer...

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