Literal Change is happy to announce that we have joined forces with Book Clubs for Inmates. Book Club for Inmates offers 26 book clubs in 17 penitentiaries across the country.
Literal Change did their first podcast! We talk about the method we use and why our services are so important. A big thank you to @theedpodcast for the opportunity.
We wrote this about our experience at the Beyond the Bars Conference at Columbia University. Check it, and support the fight against mass incarceration.
Check out this article in the Huffington Post to gain some insight into what Literal Change is all about and why we are doing what we're doing.
Thank you to CBC Toronto for taking note of our work and featuring our project and one of our amazing students.
Juno winners Jonathan Shedletsky and Isis Essery give Literal Change a major shoutout. Congratulations and so excited to be working with you!
Literal Change and The Toronto Public Library brought Gord Downie's "Secret Path" to the incarcerated population at the Toronto South Detention Centre. Watch this mini-doc to see how the project played out in the facility.
Literal Change teamed up with Indie88, and they created this amazing video about our project. Check it here!
Thank you Steven Richards for sharing your story with Toronto Life and for being such an amazing student. You're inspiring. Check this article and gain some perspective into a reality that many people are faced with.