Eddie Conway speaks with two graduate student organizers who are working with the Ordinary People’s Society to take on Aramark, a company that has faced many human rights complaints in prisons Story Transcript Eddie Conway: I’m Eddie Conway, coming to you from Baltimore. Welcome to this edition of “Rattling the Bars.” Last September, there was […]
Author Archives: Insiyah Mohammad Bergeron
Insiyah Mohammad Bergeron is a Master’s in City Planning student at MIT, and her research explores cases of adaptive reuse on former prison sites to spark economic development in rural communities. Before joining MIT, Insiyah worked at the Vera Institute of Justice, where she collaborated with government partners on strategies to keep young people out of courts and prisons. She is one of the lead organizers of the MIT No Aramark Campaign.