Prison Journalism Project helps inmates share their stories
June 17, 2021
Shaheen Pasha and Yukari Kane of the Prison Journalism Project share with “It’s All Journalism” how they help inmates with an interest in writing learn how to tell their stories to a wider audience.
Temperature Check, Vol. 12: Prison Journalism in the Time of COVID-19
May 18, 2021
The 12th installment of PEN America’s Prison and Justice Writing Program series highlights a selection of pieces by incarcerated writers, originally published by Prison Journalism Project.
Works of Justice Podcast: Journalists and Educators Yukari Kane and Shaheen Pasha on Prison Journalism
May 18, 2021
Shaheen Pasha and Yukari Kane speak to PEN America about their respective paths to co-founding the Prison Journalism Project at a critical moment in the COVID-19 crisis.
Columbia University Criminal Justice Summit
March 27, 2021
Co-founders Yukari Kane and Shaheen Pasha discussed PJP’s initiatives, roots, challenges, goals and more (starts 1:02).
Today News Africa Political Writer Lindsey O’Neil Interviews The Prison Journalism Project
March 23, 2021
Yukari Kane and Shaheen Pasha discuss Prison Journalism Project’s mission and scope in this video interview.
Prison Journalism Project Gives An Inside Look Into The Lives Of U.S. Inmates During COVID-19 Pandemic
March 23, 2021
PJP’s co-founders share with Today News Africa how inmates are navigating life in prison during the COVID-19 pandemic.
National Conference on Higher Education in Prison 2021
March 2, 2021
Co-founder Shaheen Pasha, Director Kate McQueen and San Quentin News’ former editor-in-chief Jesse Vasquez discussed prison journalism and journalism education at the National Conference on Higher Education in Prison 2021.
Need to Know
January 27, 2021
The Prison Journalism Project was highlighted in a roundup in the American Press Institute.
How a Project is Training Incarcerated People to Become Journalists
January 26, 2021
PJP’s co-founders spoke about the mission of the Prison Journalism Project in an interview with The Poynter Institute.
Virtual Speaker Series with The Prison Journalism Project
January 12, 2021
Co-founders Yukari Kane and Shaheen Pasha examined the power of prison journalism education and the Prison Journalism Project as a whole during a virtual event for the Penn State Alumni Association.
Predictions for Journalism 2021
The American Journalism Project’s vice president for strategy and startups Loretta Chao named the Prison Journalism Project as an example of how the journalism industry can open up the profession to non-traditionally training journalists in an article about the future of media for Nieman Lab.
2.3 Million Americans Without a News Correspondent
November 23, 2020
PJP’s co-founders discussed their work on the Hope and Humanity season of the “To the Heights” podcast.
Prison Journalism Project
November 20, 2020
Yukari, Shaheen and multimedia director Christopher Etienne spoke to Babz Rawls and Jeff Grant on “The Criminal Justice Insider” podcast.
Reveal Digital’s Voices from the Inside, Featuring Yukari Iwatani Kane and Shaheen Pasha
November 29, 2020
PJP co-founders discussed the Prison Journalism Project and its mission in this “Voices from the Inside” webinar.
American Fault Lines: The Future of the U.S. Presidential Election
November 2, 2020
Yukari spoke about the Prison Journalism Project in a round table discussion with journalists at Japan’s Asahi Shimbun newspaper. (In Japanese)
Prison Journalism Project Finding Voices From Behind Prison Walls
March 18, 2020
Penn State News interviewed Shaheen for this article highlighting the work of the Prison Journalism Project.