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Nell Bernstein

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SFCIPP

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Employment History

Editor

New America Media


Affiliations

Open Society Institute

Soros Justice Media Fellow


White House Champion

Soros Justice Media Fellow


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Nell Bernstein, coordinator of the San Francisco Children of Incarcerated Parents Partnership
A must-read for lawmakers as well as for lawbreakers, Nell Bernstein takes an intimate look at the effect that current incarceration policies have parents and children.


Speakers - Blueprints Conference

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Nell Bernstein
Nell Bernstein Nell Bernstein is a powerful leader and spokesperson on incarceration and its impact on youth and families. Her second book, BURNING DOWN THE HOUSE: The End of Juvenile Prison, was published by The New Press in June and has already drawn national attention. Her groundbreaking first book, ALL ALONE IN THE WORLD: Children of the Incarcerated, won the PASS Award from the National Council on Crime and Delinquency, was selected as a pick of the week by Newsweek Magazine, a best book of the year by the San Francisco Chronicle, and a top ten book of the year by the Online Review of Books, and has been adopted into the curricula of numerous universities. She is the coordinator of the San Francisco Children of Incarcerated Parents Partnership (SFCIPP), and co-author of SFCIPP's bill of rights for children of incarcerated parents, which has been adopted or replicated in at least 16 states. Ms. Bernstein worked previously as editor of YO! (Youth Outlook)-a monthly magazine by and about young people. Her writing has appeared numerous national publications, including Glamour, Health, Legal Affairs, Marie Claire, Mother Jones, Newsday, O: The Oprah Magazine, Salon.com, Self, Redbook and the Washington Post. She has received fellowships from the Open Society Institute in New York and the University of Maryland School of Journalism, and was named a Champion of Change by the White House for her work on behalf of children of incarcerated parents. She speaks at forums, hearings and conferences across the country.


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It will also honor two powerful social justice advocates: Nell Bernstein, acclaimed for her groundbreaking book, All Alone in the World: Children of the Incarcerated, and Sujatha Baliga, lauded for her trailblazing restorative justice work.
Nell Bernstein is a powerful leader and spokesperson on incarceration and its impact on youth and families. Her groundbreaking book, All Alone in the World: Children of the Incarcerated, won the PASS Award from the National Council on Crime and Delinquency, was selected as a pick of the week by Newsweek Magazine, a best book of the year by the San Francisco Chronicle, and a top ten book of the year by the Online Review of Books, and has been adopted into the curricula of numerous universities. She was also co-founder and coordinator of the San Francisco Children of Incarcerated Parents Partnership, a coalition of individuals and organizations concerned about children of incarcerated parents and their families. Ms. Bernstein worked previously as editor of YO! (Youth Outlook), a monthly magazine by and about young people, and received a media fellowship from the Open Society Institute in New York and a Journalism Fellowship in Child and Family Policy from the University of Maryland School of Journalism. She speaks at forums, hearings and conferences across the country.


When Children Pay the Price of a Parent's Incarceration

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By Jeff Adachi and Nell Bernstein Nell Bernstein is the coordinator of the San Francisco Children of Incarcerated Parents Partnership.The full text of the Children of Incarcerated Parents Bill of Rights can be found at www.sfgov.org/pd.


June | 2014 | Marilu.com - Marilu Henner's Official Website

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NELL BERNSTEIN
11:08AM (PST) - NELL BERNSTEIN, is a former Soros Justice Media Fellow in NY and the winner of a White House Champion of Change Award. She is also the author of the book, "Burning Down the House: The End of Juvenile Prison" Nell Bernstein has spent more than 20 years listening and bearing witness to the shocking stories of incarcerated kids. Nell Bernstein's writings have appeared in publication including Glamour, Marie Claire, The Oprah Magazine, Self, the Washington Post, etc. Her first book, "All Alone in the World: Children of the Incarcerated", won the PASS Award from the National Council on Crime and Delinquency. Bernstein has addressed policy makers, grant makers, criminal justice professionals, and the public across the county about the impact of incarceration on families, and made numerous radio and television appearances. Bernstein has worked for the past decade for the San Francisco Children of Incarcerated Parents Partnership (www.sfcipp.org) which conceived of and advocates for a bill of rights for children of incarcerated parents which has been adopted or replicated in at least 14 states.


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