This story was produced by The Marshall Project, a nonprofit news organization covering the U.S. criminal justice system, and reprinted with permission. The Rev. Vivian Nixon remembers the first time she met with the Justice Department to brainstorm about ways to keep people from returning to prison once they got out. It was 2010, and […]
Author Archives: Nicole Lewis
Nicole Lewis is a reporting intern and a master's degree candidate at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. She also wrote the book, "Between A Silver Spoon & The Struggle: Reflections on the Intersection of Racism and Class Privilege," which grew out of her experiences organizing young people of color and wealth for the nonprofit group Resource Generation. Nicole earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan. At CUNY, she is specializing in telling stories using data and data visualization; she’s also a wanna-be photojournalist. When not analyzing data or taking pictures, Nicole likes to travel, preferably by bus in Latin America.