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dsneed@encourager 13h
People (Returning Citizens) who come out of prison need a team. Community base Reentry programs work to create healthier and safe communities. Path to Freedom Ministry Houston Texas "Changing the prison cycle of recidivism"-Danny Sneed (Program Director)
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ACLU of Kansas Feb 13
Sentences for drug offenses in are more severe than in the federal system. Tomorrow, we lobby to have a heart, reduce sentences for non-violent drug possession, & ensure thousands receive treatment, not prison, while still being held accountable.
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dsneed@encourager 13h
Support Community Reentry Programs that provide housing, clothing, employment, counseling, and life skills.-Path to Freedom Ministry Houston, Texas
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dsneed@encourager 13h
Research supports that prison education reduces recidivism, saves money, and improves employment on re-settlement (re-entry) Danny Sneed-Path to Freedom Director
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Oor Morag Sees 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿💙🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 4h
Replying to @HumzaYousaf
Let’s be radical and brave? That is desperately needed
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Amy Lyon Feb 12
- Looking forward to meeting you at Lobby Day this Thursday!
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OrlandoHM Feb 11
Great to catch up with this morning, who I last saw acting in various plays at university 20 (🙄) years ago and is now director of . Lovely to speak and really interesting to hear his thoughts on in UK.
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Kirsten Ricketts Feb 15
Replying to @CKinstitute
The system isn't training those closest to release to reenter society but rather keeping those with long stints in positions of skilled labor to meet manufacturing requirements. It's a pitiful sham... that increases recidivism rates and promotes slavery.
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ACLU of Connecticut Feb 7
Replying to @acluct
"This year, when searching for housing, I explained my record to a potential landlord. As soon as I revealed that part of my past ... that home’s door was closed to me." - Anderson Curtis
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ACLU of Connecticut Feb 7
Replying to @acluct
"With Black and Latino men disproportionately incarcerated, we are disproportionately rejected when we return to our communities and seek to build a life worth living." - Anderson Curtis, field organizer
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Damion Walker Feb 14
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Kirsten Ricketts Feb 11
Replying to @shonhopwood
Crafted in the likeness of the great state of Texas, we cage people under pretense of being dangerous in order to detain skilled labor which keeps the 37 TCI factories running like a well oiled machine and lining the pockets of our highest ranked politicians.
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ACLU of Connecticut Feb 7
Replying to @acluct
"As a landlord, I rented to people with a criminal record and had no issues. I know firsthand as a former landlord myself that property owners should not judge someone based on their incarceration or criminal record." - Sandy LoMonico
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ACLU of Connecticut Feb 7
Replying to @acluct
"In my role as a field organizer, I receive calls that are literally cries for help from people living with a criminal record and people on community supervision who are being denied access to housing." - Anderson Curtis, field organizer
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ACLU of Connecticut Feb 7
Replying to @acluct
"My status as a person living with a criminal record broke my spirit as I entered property management offices over & over again, and was rejected from renting housing after being completely honest about my recent felony conviction as a young adult." - Sandy LoMonico
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ACLU of Connecticut Feb 7
Replying to @acluct
"Every person living with a criminal record, who has earned the chance to be part of society, should have an equal opportunity to build a successful and fulfilling life." - Anderson Curtis, field organizer
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ACLU of Connecticut Feb 7
Replying to @acluct
"I am not alone. Tens of thousands of Connecticut residents are struggling with this discrimination every day. Because of the isolation and stigma we face, it sometimes feels like we are still serving time, just in a community-based prison." - Anderson Curtis,
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Maggie LunaAGSJSB Feb 11
Another successful trip to ATX. laurenfreenow thank you so much.
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ACLU of Connecticut Feb 7
Replying to @acluct
"This includes people who have been convicted of a misdemeanor or a felony, people who have been convicted of a violent or non-violent offense, people who are just beginning their reentry process, and people who have been in society for decades." - Anderson Curtis
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Amy Lyon Feb 14
- Thank you for making time to meet today with volunteers from - Much appreciated and constituents of Wichita are proud you represent.
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