The Bigger Picture: Artists Against Mass Incarceration, published by Gagosian Quarterly in Winter 2022

Empowerment Avenue’s Rahsaan Thomas on Why He Supports the Work of Incarcerated Artists — And We Should, Too, published by YBCA Artist Power Center in December 2022

Empowerment Avenue – bringing solutions journalism into prisons, published by Squirrel News in March 2022

Meet Us Quickly: Painting for Justice received extensive press and ended up being the Museum of African Diaspora’s most-covered exhibition to date. Rahsaan has talked about his curatorial role with Artnet, ABC News, Datebook and others.

There are so many aspects of prison life that aren’t told, published by Welcome to Hellworld in October 2021

Inside stories, published by Columbia Journalism review in April 2021

From a Life Sentence to Freedom, published by Runner's World in November 2023

Running the NYC Marathon to Change the U.S. Prison System, published by NBC in November 2023

J.M.K. Innovation Prize Awarded to 10 Social and Environmental Projects with Transformative Potential, published by PR Newswire in November 2023

'I get to tell my story': incarcerated journalists are making podcasts, going viral and winning awards, published by The Guardian in December 2023

Artwork Detail: Courageous, Kelvin Ross, 2022