A few years ago he was broke and homeless, with a son to support. Now Darnell Reed is at City College, intending to become an attorney. What made the difference? His own talent and determination and a place that recognized them — BCC.
The imprisonment without trial of Kalief Browder and his effort to restart his life at BCC has ignited discussion about criminal justice across the country. Support from individuals moved by his story is helping formerly incarcerated students earn college degrees.