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Image from The Economist, “In America, art is helping prisoners adapt to life outside” (August 22, 2019)

The Economist, “In America, art is helping prisoners adapt to life outside” (August 22, 2019)

Visual Art Source, “Art and incarceration” by David S. Rubin (August 9, 2019)

San Francisco Examiner,Future IDs at Alcatraz reveals a road to reintegration” by Lloyd Lee (July 25, 2019)

San Francisco Chronicle, “Sarah Shourd takes another look at solitary confinement, this time on Alcatraz Island” by Ryan Kost (June 11, 2019)

Creative Capital,Future IDs at Alcatraz uses art to change thinking about rehabilitation and reentry after prison” by Alex Teplitzsky (June 4, 2019)

Art Practical, “Returning to prison: Future IDs at Alcatraz” by Brian Karl (April 3, 2019)

Next City, “DAs have this blueprint for rethinking criminal justice” by Emily Nonko (March 28, 2019)

Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, “Q&A: How a ‘Future ID’ helps Bruce Fowler envision a life after prison” interview by Peter Hockaday (February 27, 2019)

LA Weekly,Future IDs: A new art exhibition reimagines a talisman of institutional power” by Beige Luciano-Adams (June 28, 2018)

Los Angeles Poverty Department (LAPD), “Artist Gregory Sale and the Anti-Recidivist Coalition – Public Safety for Real” (June 23, 2018)

ArtNews, “A Blade of Grass Announces 2018 Fellows for Socially Engaged Art” (April 06, 2018)

Artforum, “A Blade of Grass Announces 2018 Fellows for Socially Engaged Art(Apr 06, 2018)

Gregory Sale, et al. ­Future IDs: Reframing the Narrative of Re-entry.” In Art as Social Action: An Introduction to the Principles & Practices of Teaching Social Practice Art, edited by Gregory Sholette, Chloe Bass, & Social Practice Queens. New York, NY: Allworth Press, 2018

The Mercury News, “Breaking the cycle: Artist helps change inmate’s post-prison lives” by Brandi Miceli (June 23, 2017)

SPArt blog, “Gregory Sale, embedded artist Anti-Recidivism Coalition, Los Angeles” (2016)

Los Angeles Times, “Grants help Southern California artists make work in the social sphere” by Carolina A. Miranda (February 10, 2015)