Press Release

PRISON: Exhibition, Artists Talks, and Four Evening Programs

Photo exhibition explores prisons, prison communities, families of the incarcerated

<h2>Press Release</h2><h1>PRISON: Exhibition, Artists Talks, and Four Evening Programs</h1><h2>Photo exhibition explores prisons, prison communities, families of the incarcerated</h2>

The photographic exhibition "Prison" runs June 24 through July 23 at Davis Orton Gallery in Hudson. During the run of the exhibition, Davis Orton Gallery and the Prison Public Memory Project will co-sponsor four Thursday evening programs on topics related to Hudson, prisons, and incarceration. 

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#GivingTuesday Drive Launches Prison Memory Site in America’s Heartland

#GivingTuesday Drive Launches Prison Memory Site in America’s Heartland

On November 29, 2016, we launch a campaign to raise funds to support an exciting new initiative -- the development of a new site of prison memory in the state of Illinois. On #GivingTuesday, please donate to help us get on the Mother Road...

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Buckley Receives Hackman Research Residency Award from the New York State Archives

Buckley Receives Hackman Research Residency Award from the New York State Archives

Prison Public Memory Project Hudson (NY) Site Coordinator Brian Buckley has received an award from the New York State Archives and the Archives Partnership Trust to pursue research using historical records in the New York State Archives. 

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Press Release: Community Readings and Conversations in Hudson, NY

Press Release: Community Readings and Conversations in Hudson, NY

Marking Black History Month 2014, The Prison Public Memory Project and Staley B. Keith Social Justice Center are sponsoring community readings and dialogues in Hudson, NY in partnership with the Hudson Area Library and REV Coffeehouse.  

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Russ Immarigeon Receives Fellowship from the New York State Archives

Russ Immarigeon Receives Fellowship from the New York State Archives

Prison Public Memory Project collaborator Russ Immarigeon was awarded a research fellowship from the New York State Archives in support of his ongoing research into the history of the New York State Training School for Girls in Hudson, NY. 

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