The pandemic caused our meetings to become virtual, where each month a member of the network facilitates a “conscious conversation.” We learn by supporting and enhancing existing connections.


We seek to increase educational opportunities inside Alaska prisons, including access to higher education and more.


Community wellness projects are focused on how to maintain connection to incarcerated people and build opportunities for reentry.


We are currently advocating for House Bill 118: Expanding prisoner access to computers.

During the 2018-2019 Academic Year, thanks to the UA Faculty Initiative Fund, individuals and organizations are helping shape the direction of a community learning network inside and outside Alaska’s prisons, jails, halfway houses, and electronic monitoring.