The Last Mile

The Last Mile is launching its coding program at a women’s prison in Indiana

The Last Mile, a coding program that first launched inside California's San Quentin State Prison, has expanded to its first out-of-state prison. Yesterday, The Last Mile announced its plans to launch

What it’s like at San Quentin’s coding school

North of San Francisco, there’s a European-like fortress along the water that is "home" to over 3,000 prisoners. The surroundings are beautiful, but the tall walls of San Quentin, the oldest prison

How The Last Mile helped Kenyatta Leal walk from prison in San Quentin to a job in tech

Ruben Harris Contributor Ruben Harris is a professional cellist and a recovering investment banker who now leads partnerships in San Francisco for Honor, a healthcare startup focused on seniors. He is

Bullish: Tech tackles criminal justice reform

It’s no secret that the criminal justice system in the United States is broken. With 2.2 million people behind bars in prisons and jails in the country, the U.S. has the largest prison populat

San Quentin Prison Demo Day Gives Entrepreneurs Behind Bars A Second Chance

Barbed wire and armed guards aren't your typical intro to a startup pitch event. But today, San Quentin Prison hosted The Last Mile demo day featuring presentations by seven inmates. The Last Mile hop