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"Prison don't teach motherf*#@^s how to stop what they doin'. They teach you how to do it better." - an inmate

Inside Innovations

Turning inmates into entrepreneurs

Criminal U enters a new phase of prison reform by working collaboratively with state officials to bring a pilot program that breaks new ground in preparing inmates for their re-integration into society upon release. We are excited to partner with Mike Green, co-founder of ScaleUp America, a national organization empowering urban blind spots with the vision of technology and innovation. As a powerful social entrepreneur, Mike Green, has lent his expertise to take Inside Innovations from idea to reality. Now we need your HELP.

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On the day of his graduation from Criminal U, Andrew Scot Bolsinger took the time to look back at his past mistakes and reflect on the impact it had on his family. His daughter Amanda, a Criminal U team member, is also interviewed for this important project in Oregon.

We started writing about exonerations a couple of months ago. It soon became like a game of slug bug. You never notice how many there are until you look. To help engage the general public to this significant change and the damage done by the injustice of a flawed criminal justice system, we built a new page for all the exonerated people we are following. This revealing feature of Criminal U is a must-read. Click under the Staying Outside tab to check it out. We welcome your contributions to the page if you know of recently freed people.​