11 episodes

All In, All Out focuses on promoting 1) greater communication and collaboration in the field of reentry/reform/decarceration efforts in Wisconsin and 2) showcasing the successes, humanity, and agency of people with criminal records.All In, All Out is produced in partnership with The Community (thecommunitynow.us), the Wisconsin Decarceration Platform (wisdp.org), and the Milwaukee School of Engineering. We are part of a small community of podcast/radio shows in Wisconsin working to correct the narrative about the justice system and how we can better bring about a justice system more worthy of that name.

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All In, All Out focuses on promoting 1) greater communication and collaboration in the field of reentry/reform/decarceration efforts in Wisconsin and 2) showcasing the successes, humanity, and agency of people with criminal records.All In, All Out is produced in partnership with The Community (thecommunitynow.us), the Wisconsin Decarceration Platform (wisdp.org), and the Milwaukee School of Engineering. We are part of a small community of podcast/radio shows in Wisconsin working to correct the narrative about the justice system and how we can better bring about a justice system more worthy of that name.

    Episode 11: Artie Gonzales - Lessons from a Lifer: a rising humanizer in Hollywood

    Episode 11: Artie Gonzales - Lessons from a Lifer: a rising humanizer in Hollywood

    Artie Gonzales went from a life sentence, including 8 straight years at the infamous Pelican Bay super max, to now a member of big Hollywood productions and a rising star in the movement to correct the narrative about people with criminal records through media and entertainment. He is a wonderful testament to what system-impacted people can be and the unprecedented humanity that lies within. Follow his rise and insights on Instagram (@theartiegonzales) and Twitter (@artiegonzales23). And look out for his upcoming show Lessons from a Lifer.

    - To contact and for more info on The Community: https://sociatap.com/Thecommunity/
    - For resources and events in reentry/reform/decarceration work in Wisconsin visit the Wisconsin Decarceration Platform

    • 52 min
    Episode 10: Brian Koehn - a warden for 28 years in the private prison industry explains why he is investing his life savings to correct corrections

    Episode 10: Brian Koehn - a warden for 28 years in the private prison industry explains why he is investing his life savings to correct corrections

    Brian Koehn spent 28 years in the private prison industry with a reputation as a "fixer." But during his career, he become more and more disillusioned with the destructiveness and waste of the system. A presentation at a conference and a subsequent visit to the Scandinavian prison system solidified the trajectory of a 180 degree turn in his career toward humanizing and helping system impacted people. His Social Profit Corrections model is a must-hear. Visit their site for more: https://spcor.org/.

    - To contact and for more info on The Community: https://sociatap.com/Thecommunity/
    - For resources and events in reentry/reform/decarceration work in Wisconsin visit the Wisconsin Decarceration Platform

    • 51 min
    Episode 9: Dialo Orr - A 100+ year sentence and one of the best humans you will ever meet

    Episode 9: Dialo Orr - A 100+ year sentence and one of the best humans you will ever meet

    Dialo Orr has been incarcerated for 25 years on a 100+ year sentence. His journey from angry and lost, to sick and tired, to mighty healer is just one example of the grace and human beauty we neglect and disincentivize in jails in prisons. Chuck is also a prime example of the adage that those closest to the problem are closest to the solution.

    - To contact and for more info on The Community: https://sociatap.com/Thecommunity/
    - For resources and events in reentry/reform/decarceration work in Wisconsin visit the Wisconsin Decarceration Platform

    • 44 min
    Episode 8: Janos Marton, the National Director of Dream Corps JUSTICE, discusses the nuances of reform vs abolition

    Episode 8: Janos Marton, the National Director of Dream Corps JUSTICE, discusses the nuances of reform vs abolition

    As an experienced civil rights lawyer and long-time humanizer, Janos Marton is an influential and respected leader in safety and justice work nationally. His commentary on the discussion between reform and abolition is an excellent way to better understand the complexity of the issue. But don’t let it be the whole story for you. For answers on abolitionism we either didn’t cover or didn’t have answers for, explore Mariame Kaba and Ruth Wilson Gilmore (among others).

    - To contact and for more info on The Community: https://sociatap.com/Thecommunity/
    - For resources and events in reentry/reform/decarceration work in Wisconsin visit the Wisconsin Decarceration Platform

    • 38 min
    Episode 7: David Carlson discusses decarceration efforts in Eau Claire and his new holistic treatment operation We Adapt

    Episode 7: David Carlson discusses decarceration efforts in Eau Claire and his new holistic treatment operation We Adapt

    David Carlson fought in the military, spent time in prison, and has significant experience as a humanizer in the reentry/reform/decarceration work with the ACLU in Eau Claire. His background and experience led to some powerful commentary during our conversation about collaborating across state, his disappointment working with the police to address the system, and his new venture We Adapt, which treats people through exercise and the outdoors. David is a fantastic example of how those who have experienced incarceration are leaders in work to promote more comprehensive and sustainable safety and justice in society.

    - To contact and for more info on The Community: https://sociatap.com/Thecommunity/
    - For resources and events in reentry/reform/decarceration work in Wisconsin visit the Wisconsin Decarceration Platform

    • 43 min
    Episode 6: Dawn and Carmen are two shining examples of collaboration in Wisconsin

    Episode 6: Dawn and Carmen are two shining examples of collaboration in Wisconsin

    Dawn Barnett of Running Rebels and Carmen Pitre of the Sojourner Truth House are shining examples of the self-awareness, commitment, and power of collaboration. They share fantastic stories and insights about giving up control and sharing the spotlight for the larger purpose that is behind all of our work as humanizers and systems changers.

    - To contact and for more info on The Community: https://sociatap.com/Thecommunity/
    - For resources and events in reentry/reform/decarceration work in Wisconsin visit the Wisconsin Decarceration Platform

    • 37 min

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