Media

 

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The March of Memories

By Edwin Chavez- April 27, 2022

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We Pleaded for Social Distancing in San Quentin. The State Refused, and Now COVID is Raging 

By Juan Moreno Haines- January 28, 2022

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Prisoner Uses Life Experience to Teach Young Men 

By Kevin Sawyer- January 14, 2022

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In San Quentin, COVID-19 Prevention is No Match for Crowded and Poorly Ventilated Housing 

By Juan Moreno Haines- October 27, 2021

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Humanizing the Survivors of SQ’s COVID Outbreak 

By Steve Brooks- October 30, 2021

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In Case of Darkness, or What to do With Incarcerated People 

By Juan Moreno Haines- June 25, 2021

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Writing for Justice Fellowship 

Our very own Juan Moreno Haines has been selected for this fellowship. Stay tuned for updated writings.

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To Act Like a Democracy 

By Juan Moreno Haines- May 10, 2021

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Humans of San Quentin: Real Life Stories Behind Bars

By Leslie Hendricks- December 29, 2020

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Struggling to Survive at San Quentin: “We Are Dying in Here” 

By Juan Moreno Haines- August 14, 2020

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California Could Cut its Prison Population in Half and Free 50,000 People. Amid Pandemic, Will the State Act?

By Jason Fagone- August 13, 2020

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Getting Out During a Pandemic 

By Eddie Herena- July 22, 2022

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At San Quentin, Overcrowding Laid the Groundwork for an Explosive COVID-19 Outbreak

By Juan Moreno Haines- July 21, 2020

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Black Lives Matter in Martinez 

By Eddie Herena- July 17, 2020

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“Man Down:” Left in the Hole at San Quentin During a Coronavirus Crisis

By Juan Moreno Haines- July 7, 2020

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A Second Chance for Inmates in San Quentin

By Sara Rinaldi- June 4, 2020

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Completing the Circle: Restorative Justice at San Quentin 

By Eislyn Snyder and Audrey Hettleman- April 27, 2020

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Adeline

By Eddie Herena- April 24, 2020

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A Plea to Governor Newsom: Don’t Abandon Elderly Incarcerated People to Die from COVID-19

By James King- March 30, 2020

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In San Quentin Prison, Getting the Flu can Land you in Solitary Confinement 

By Juan Moreno Haines- February 20, 2020

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