19 Feb 2019

Project Rebound gets $250K

A SF State program that helps formerly incarcerated people enter college will receive $250,000 as part of a significant funding increase for higher education, according to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s 2019

03 Oct 2018

A path into hope and liberation is seen in the “Incarceration to Liberation” mural at SF State, debuting on Oct. 4.

A new mural, titled “Incarceration to Liberation,” will be debuting on Oct. 4 at 4 p.m. at the Cesar Chavez Student Center at SF State. This mural is a work

11 Sep 2018

Bill ends ‘unfair’ cash bail system; critics says it’s a mistake

A new California law that abolishes cash bail now ensures that defendants don’t sit in jail for years awaiting trial just because they’re poor, say advocates. But opponents warn the

24 May 2017

From Prison to College

Multimedia package on the experience of adjusting to college after prison

11 May 2017

“Life After Life” documentary shows brighter side of success after prison

SF State’s Project Rebound program and Documentary Film Institute are set to host a screening and panel for “Life After Life,” a documentary that aims to enforce the importance of

27 Oct 2015

Rehabilitation program leads campus debate over prison labor

SF State has spent more than $600,000 on furniture and services from the California Prison Industry Authority in the past fiscal year from July 2014 to June 2015, according to

06 Oct 2015

SF State’s Project Rebound expanding to more CSU’s

Project Rebound, a program helping the formerly incarcerated obtain college degrees, will be expanding its program to 10 other California State Universities in Fall 2016 after over 20 years of

Painting by Damon Lee Johnson "Shuja" an artist featured at the exhibition at SF State in the art gallery showing of The Rose That Grew From Concrete art exhibit at The Art Gallery in the Cesar Chavez Student Center had art on display of art works from individuals who are formally presently incarcerated.
17 Oct 2014

Campus art gallery partners with Project Rebound to share prisoners’ work

An intimate group, comprised of formerly incarcerated individuals, art gallery employees and a couple of SF State students, gathered on campus to discuss racial disparities and unjust treatment in the