David Chura wonders why, if we want ex-offenders to reintegrate with society, would we deny them a basic right of citizenship?
When ex-offenders overcome long odds to find good jobs and escape a life of crime, it's a miracle that happens in spite of our penal system.
For many trying to build a life after prison, one box on an employment application can mean the difference between legitimate employment and returning to a life of crime.
David Chura looks at our criminal justice system's attitude -- and our society's attitude -- towards prison rape, and prisoners in general.
David Chura talks about his students and the challenges and rewards of teaching them.
Mentions for books older, books new, and books eagerly anticipated… In the Boston Globe, US District Court Judge Nancy Gertner discussed the anticipation and controversy surrounding her upcoming memoirs, In Defense of Women, which will be published in April. David...
A look at recent Beacon media mentions.
Many of the youth David Chura has encountered aren't voiceless, but the only language the know is that of rage.
A weekly review at some of Beacon's largest publicity hits this week.
Link Roundup: Take a look at how our authors have been celebrating and promoting their freedom this week.
Learn more about the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act through the inspiring words of Beacon author, David Chura.
See what media our authors have been getting this week.
Universal Issues and Unifying Words
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David Chura draws hope from his jailhouse students and from the recent Supreme Court decision on life sentences for juveniles.
David Chura finds people working within prisons to make life better for kids in adult lockup.
David Chura brings to light the high [hidden] costs of hungry teenagers in prison.