Spirit on the Inside: Reflections on Doing Time with Judith Clark
November 30, 2013
Judy’s lawyer has created a booklet of photos and interviews with sixteen women who were once incarcerated with Judy. The women speak eloquently of Judy’s powerful effect on them. Buy as many booklets as you can and help spread the word.
New York Society for Ethical Culture Talk on Clemency
April 1, 2012
Anne Klaeysen, Leader of the New York Ethical Culture Society, devoted her Sunday talk to the ethics of clemency, using Judy Clark as an example. Watch here.
Tom Robbins on CUNY TV
March 7, 2012
Watch City Talk, where Tom Robbins talks about his New York Times magazine article.
Huffington Post and CUNY TV
Feb. 8, 2012
Read the article, Judy Clark is an Inmate. She’s Also One Of My Best Friends, by Joan Gelman in the Huffington post. Watch CUNY TV, where Ronnie Eldridge interviews Judy’s attorney, Sara Bennett.
Letters to the New York Times Magazine
January 29, 2012
Read the Letters to the New York Times magazine in response to the Tom Robbins article, including one by Judy’s daughter, Harriet.
“Judith Clark Has Changed: When Will U.S. Prison System,” asks Eve Ensler in U.K. Guardian
January 17, 2012
Read the Commentary by Eve Ensler in this week’s U.K. Guardian.
Judy on the Cover of the New York Times Magazine
January 15, 2012
Read the cover story by Tom Robbins in this week’s New York Times Magazine.
Letter to the New York Times
September 25, 2011
In a letter published in the New York Times, former member of the New York City Council, Ronnie Eldridge, writes that Judy Clark’s sentence should be revisited. You can read the letter here.
December 31, 2010
On his last day in office, Governor David A. Paterson denied Judy’s request for clemency. Our thanks go out to the more than 900 people who took the time to write letters on Judy’s behalf, as well as those who reached out to the Governor and had personal conversations with him.
New Book Has Chapter About Judy Clark
There’s a chapter titled “Judy Clark” in the recently released non-fiction book, Zebratown: The True Story of a Black Ex-Con and a Single White Mother in Small Town America, by Greg Donaldson (Scribner, 2010). A woman prisoner, Karen, tells how her life changed after a single conversation with Judy:
As Karen peers into Clark’s brown eyes, she knows nothing of the woman’s background, only that there is a lovely peace there and throughout the room, and that the weight of the prison has somehow lightened. Here is the teacher who might have spotted her gifts, the mother she might have turned to. Suddenly the path ahead shines clear.