We are thrilled to announce GOSO President & CEO, Dr. Jocelynne Rainey, has joined the elite roster of Crain’s 2021 New York’s Notable Black Leaders
Opinion: Putting ‘Civilian’ Back in the Civilian Complaint Review Board
In CityLimits, GOSO president and ceo Dr. Jocelynne Rainey joins criminal justice advocates in call for true civilian oversight of NYPD.
WATCH: GOSO on PIX11 to Discuss the School-to-Prison Pipeline
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GOSO President & CEO, Dr. Jocelynne Rainey, and alumnus John Gonzalez on “Here And Now” on ABC7
“When we start by working with these young men, who are 16 to 24 [years old], on the goals they have for themselves in education and employment, their capacity is limitless.” – Dr. Jocelynne Rainey, president and CEO of Getting Out and Staying Out
For Community Policing to Work, We Need Investment, Stronger Partnerships
When you look beyond the headlines about gun violence in New York City and actually spend some time in neighborhoods like East Harlem, it is clear that what our community doesn’t need is increased policing and incarceration — what we need is more basic resources and opportunities.
Non-profit GOSO leases new East Harlem headquarters
A non-profit that works to redirect young men from a life a crime is expanding into a new headquarters space in East Harlem.
Social justice nonprofit inks major lease in East Harlem
The social justice nonprofit Getting Out and Staying Out has landed a deal for almost 18,500 square feet of space in East Harlem, providing a slight boost to Manhattan’s office market as it continues to struggle amid the pandemic.
Leader to Leader: Responding to race and COVID-19
Jocelynne Rainey, GOSO: “The momentum growing from the Black Lives Matter movement – and the desire of funders to support work that directly addresses racism – presents an important opportunity for nonprofits to examine the work we are doing.”
Economic reopening plan must involve the formerly incarcerated
Every day at 7 p.m., we go outside to cheer the people caring for us, feeding us and keeping our city running during the Covid-19 crisis. I know some of these people firsthand.
Nonprofit helps formerly incarcerated youth during COVID-19 crisis
Getting Out and Staying Out (GOSO) of East Harlem, is partnering with Great Performances and the NYC Department for the Aging (DFTA) to provide 60,000 meals a week and is also donating 100 meals daily in the south Bronx and Pelham Gardens. Great Performances is hiring GOSO clients to prepare the meals.