Tracy Huling

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Tracy Huling is Founder/Director of the Prison Public Memory Project. She also writes for and edits stories for the Project's website at www.prisonpublicmemory.org Tracy works at the convergence of culture and public policy with a long history of using storytelling, new media, filmmaking, research, policy analysis and coalition-building to achieve change. She is best known for her work on prisons and communities and has published widely on this subject. She is also a Soros Justice Fellow with the Open Society Foundations examining best practices in prison closure and reuse. Tracy lives in the Hudson Valley region of New York.