Mass Incarceration

Since 2015, the Clark-Fox Family Foundation has dedicated time and effort to developing an Ecosystem Map of the Mass Incarceration System in the United States and sharing it with community leadership in the form of presentations. The presentations are built around these maps and meant to convey the complexity of the system as well as its ability to be self-sustaining and impenetrable.

Presentations (Virtual Now Available!)

Community presentations are available for interested groups, please read more here. The Foundation works to tailor each presentation to align with the audience’s focus area. If you would like to request a presentation, please fill out this form and return to Michelle Miller, Director of Strategic Partnerships & Programs at michelle@clark-fox.com.

For a full description of the project as well as our collaborative partners, please view our program brochure here.

Presentations Materials

Click on this link to download an example PowerPoint presentation: Example PowerPoint Presentation

Also check out the Foundation’s interactive St. Louis Regional Criminal Justice Resource Ecosystem Map to learn about organizations working here locally on these issues. A printable version of this ecosystem map can be found by clicking on this link: Printable Ecosystem Map

Research

The Foundation’s research has shown the ecosystem of mass incarceration to be an intentionally well-hidden system of oppression that needs to be exposed to the public, especially community, criminal justice, corporate, faith, educational, not-for-profit and political leaders. Explore the map below to learn more. You can zoom in and if you click on a specific arrow you will find supporting research links.

The Impact of Mass Incarceration Map