Walls to Bridges: The Positive Effect of Education in Prison
John Howard Society of Canada Blog, July 10, 2018
University-Prison Partnership Brings Hope to Incarcerated Learners
Article about Walls to Bridges, University Affairs, Bruno Vompean, June 8, 2018
Students Learn to Get Over Stigma by Studying with Prisoners
Article about Walls to Bridges, NOW Magazine, February 14, 2018
Breaking Down the Walls
Interview with Dr. Kym Mclaren, Philosphy Department, Ryerson University and Lorraine, Walls to Bridges alumni, Ryerson Today, December 19, 2017
Philosophy in Prison
Radio interview with two Walls to Bridges Alumni and Matt Galloway, Metro Morning, CBC Radio, December 5, 2017
Listening to the Truth of Myself: A Letter from Inside/Out Prison Exchange
Denise, Walls to Bridges alumni from Grand Valley Institution for Women, Centre for Courage & Renewal, December 9, 2014
Turning ideas about crime and imprisonment inside out
Article about Laurier students and students in prison taking classes together, The Waterloo Region Record, March 3, 2014
Learning to Speak from My Soul
Jodi Rouah, Walls to Bridges alumni on the Impact of Parker Palmer’s work in W2B classes, Centre for Courage & Renewal, April 3, 2013
Deep Meets Deep at the Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program
Shoshana and Lorraine on the Impact of Parker Palmer’s work in W2B classes, Centre for Courage & Renewal, November 14, 2012
Going to Prison
Article about W2B at Wilfrid Laurier University, The Cord, February 28, 2012
Women See the Other Side
Article about the first class at Grand Valley Institution for Women, The Toronto Star, December 27, 2011
Scholarship about Walls to Bridges
Social Justice Praxis within the Walls to Bridges Program: Pedagogy of Oppressed Federally Sentenced Women
Fayter, R. (2016). Social justice praxis within the Walls to Bridges program: Pedagogy of oppressed federally sentenced women. Journal of Prisoners on Prisons, 25(2), 56-71.
Pollack, S. (2016). Building bridges: Experiential and integrative learning in a Canadian women’s prison. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 36(5), 503-518.
Pollack, S., & Eldridge, T. (2016). Complicity and redemption: Beyond the insider/outsider research dichotomy. Social Justice, 42(2), 132.
Freitas, M, McCauley, B. & Kish, N. (2014). Experiencing the Inside-Out program in a maximum security prison. In G. Balfour & E. Comack. (Eds.). Criminalizing women: Gender and (in)justice in neo-liberal times (2nd ed.). Halifax; Winnipeg: Fernwood Publishing.
Larson, A. (2013). Liberation from university education: A lesson in humility for a helper. In S. Davis & B. Roswell (Eds), Turning teaching inside out: A pedagogy of transformation for community-based education (pp. 63 – 69). Palgrave: New York.
Shoshana Pollack & Jessica Hutchison, 2018
Shoshana Pollack, 2016