Category: CPA EVENTS
Prison Arts Program 42nd Annual Show Opens July 24th
Mark Twain House & Museum- July 24 – December 31, 2021
Video On-Demand: Mark Twain House & CPA Event “WAITING FOR AN ECHO”
The Mark Twain House & Museum and Community Partners in Action teamed up to present a fascinating discussion with Dr. Christine Montross about her new book, “WAITING FOR AN ECHO: The Madness of American Incarceration.” Gordon Lyde, Peer to Peer Case Manager for CPA’s Reentry Treatment Program, was our facilitator.
July 28th: Mark Twain House & CPA Present “BREATHING FIRE”
Mark Twain House and Community Partners in Action are hosting a discussion with author Jaime Lowe about her upcoming book “Breathing Fire: Female Inmates on the Front Lines of California’s Wildfires.” CPA Executive Director Beth Hines will facilitate the discussion. This virtual, free event is Wednesday, July 28th from 7 to 8 pm. Any donations given… Read more »
Decision Making and Unconscious Bias Training: View On Demand
We were delighted to have The Honorable Richard Robinson, Chief Justice of the CT Supreme Court hold a fun and interactive training for CPA and our guests called “Decision Making and Unconscious Bias: Turning Off the Auto-Pilot”.
Embracing Returning Citizens: Building Welcoming Communities – On Demand
Congratulations to Ron Houde, Elise Gonzalez, Liz Castle of the Hartford Public Library, and George Dillon of CPA’s Hartford Reentry Welcome Center for bringing together a great panel of speakers for the “Embracing Returning Citizens” kickoff event on February 23rd (View it on demand on the Library’s YouTube Channel).
Attend the 2021 Reentry Advocacy Forum #4
The Connecticut Reentry Collaborative Policy Working Group is hosting the fourth and final virtual forum to highlight its 2021 Reentry Legislative Priorities.
On-Demand: CPA 145th Annual Meeting 2020
The Virtual 145th Annual Meeting of Community Partners in Action was held on Tuesday, December 8, 2020. 115 people joined us as we celebrated and recognized our supporters, participants, funders, donors, volunteers, staff, and community partners who helped us get through an unprecedented and challenging year for all. You can view this year’s Annual Meeting… Read more »
PHOTOS! Prison Arts Program Annual Show 2019
This year’s Annual Show ran June 7th-28th at Capital Community College. It featured over 700 artworks, all created during the past year, from over 120 inmate artists and alumni artists who now living in their communities. Inmates and staff work all year toward this unique and extraordinary community event! Enjoy the photos!