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Correctional Health

2017$256,625 over 24 months
Center on Media, Crime and Justice
Rethinking Solitary Confinement:A Training Program for Justice Journalists


A two-year program to nurture and incubate fact-based reporting at local and national levels on the practice of solitary confinement, focusing in particular on its harmful effects on the mental and physical health of justice-involved populations.
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Other

2017$75,000 over 12 months
Brooklyn Community Foundation
Immigrant Rights Fund

Support is for new Immigrant Rights Fund that will address both urgent and long-term needs of small to medium sized immigrant-serving organizations in Brooklyn. Special consideration will be made for programs that prioritize addressing mental health issues as well as overall health and wellness of immigrants.
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Correctional Health

2017$450,000 over 36 months
National Religious Campaign Against Torture
NRCAT Project to Stop Solitary Confinement: Mobilizing a National Moral Call for Therapeutic Interventions and Restorative Alternatives
NRCAT will continue its work to change the national conversation on solitary confinement and champion the moral vision for humane alternatives. NRCAT will continue to offer advocacy trainings for religious partners in key states, secure faith leader op-eds, present testimony at hearings, ensure a faith presence at accountability meetings with corrections officials, increase faith leadership in campaigns and vigils nationwide, and recruit new faith advocates utilizing educational tools including the NRCAT documentary, "Breaking Down the Box."
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Other

2017$300,000 over 36 months
NPR, Inc.
NPR’s Coverage of Criminal Justice
Coverage of veterans' issues will focus on ongoing challenges, including access to healthcare, homelessness, the conduct of veterans' advocacy groups and a long-term investigative reporting project on the military's criminal justice system, evaluating its standards, fairness and consistency.
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Correctional Health

2017$300,000 over 36 months
Bard Prison Initiative
Public Health Fellowship Program for Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Individuals

The Bard Prison Initiative will expand its academic program in public health for incarcerated students and newly launched public health fellowship program that empowers formerly incarcerated individuals to achieve positions of leadership in the field.
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Community Violence

2017$70,000 over 12 months
Red Hook Initiative
Campaign to Address Police and Community Violence in Red Hook, Brooklyn
Planning grant to launch and pilot a multi-faceted organizing campaign to address/decrease community and police violence in Red Hook, Brooklyn, to be developed and carried out by youth and adult residents of Red Hook. RHI will address the crisis of increased violence through: A) Community-led violence prevention and response; and B) a campaign to decrease police violence. Some of the strategies we will employ are short-term and will be launched immediately, while others will require time to research effective models, raise funds, train staff, and prepare to launch the full campaign.
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Correctional Health

2017$400,000 over 24 months
The Marshall Project
Raising Public Awareness of Health and Mental Health Issues in the U.S. Criminal Justice System
The Marshall Project is committed to reporting on the intersection of health and mental health in the U.S. criminal justice system. The primary objective is for the news coverage to promote a sense of urgency for key decision-makers, including public officials and practitioners in the criminal justice system and health officials, to address health and mental health care problems for the incarcerated and formerly incarcerated.
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Health Care Policy

2017$300,000 over 24 months
The New York Immigration Coalition
Improving Quality and Reach of Access & Coverage for Undocumented Immigrants/Project
This project builds on current progress creating a statewide movement for coverage for all state residents regardless of immigration status, through advocacy, organizing, base-building, public education, earned media, and coalition building.
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