Radio interview with community activist Richard Rivera on prison education and re-entry from incarceration | Cornell Chronicle

The April 20 episode of All Things Equal featured Richard Rivera, community activist working to support successful re-entry into society post-incarceration. Richard works with local nonprofits Ultimate Re-entry Organization (URO) and Opportunities, Alternatives, Resources (OAR) of Tompkins County, and serves on the Board of the Cornell Prison Education Program (CPEP).

Join us for Town Gown Tuesdays on May 4, 9-9:30 for a panel discussion and Q & A with Richard Rivera, Professor Jamila Michener and CPEP Education Coordinator Elizabeth Caughey Violette.

All Things Equal airs Tuesdays at 8:30 a.m. on WHCU 870-AM. Guesting April 27 will be Joanna Papadakis, Cornell ’21, recipient of the 2021 Cornell University Relations Campus-Community Leadership Award. Contact Kate Supron in Cornell’s Office of Community Relations kds95@cornell.edu with show-related ideas or questions.

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