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Our 2020 Annual Report is Now Available

By Mount Tamalpais College | April 1, 2021

It has now been a full year since the pandemic shut down all programs at San Quentin. With this report we hope to not only provide an overview of our work during this unprecedented year, and share insight into how the focus and the impact of our work has shifted focus during this time—we also hope to cast attention on the experiences of incarcerated people in 2020. Thus, in addition to sharing news about Mount Tamalpais College as an emerging institution, we’ve also included an array of content including letters and stories that convey the pandemic’s impact on people in prison, and on those returning home.

The full report is available below.

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