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Aubrey May 23
Every time I miss a call from my dad, I am wracked w guilt even w a valid reason not to answer. W only a few years left on his sentence, I’ve developed severe anxiety and fear that is concerned I won’t see him released. isn’t just served by the incarcerated.
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Generation I 6h
- "For those of us living with severe mental illness, the world is full of cages."
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Edovo 10h
At the AJA conference this weekend, we tried something different. We simply listened. We asked attendees to talk with us about ways we can make the criminal justice system better for those affected by , and the conversations we had were truly impactful.
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Zenani Foundation May 17
can lead to family separations, increased risk of health issues, as well as a lack of support for those struggling with substance abuse. via
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Literal Change May 23
What do you think are the benefits of educating inmates apart from lowering recidivism rates?
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Project Place May 15
Replying to @Project_Place
3/ Sparkman, who is also studying for a master’s degree in social work at Boston College, says that long-term disconnects people from mundane daily activities many of us take for granted.
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The Vanier Institute May 22
In 2017/2018, Aboriginal adults accounted for 30% of admissions to provincial/territorial custody & 29% of admissions to federal custody, while representing approximately 4% of the Canadian adult population
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CLASP May 17
91% of people transitioning from report food insecurity. They also face limited employment opps because of outdated or inadequate skills, medical/mental health challenges & employer bias. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Reinventing Reentry May 20
"When it comes to building a life after , family support is incredibly important. But it is rarely enough to ensure success."
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Quincy Kofi Swatson May 15
Rank these in order of your top 3 most important. + *non inclusive of all issues but the first 10 I thought of; add your own.
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Dawnnbooks May 16
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Stephen Loynd May 18
Replying to @loyndsview
18. "Studies find that animals of various species exhibit long-term increases in hostile & aggressive behavior, and among humans, this correlation translates into a higher likelihood of & ."
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CEDBR May 21
Men in the United States with an incarceration lasting longer than six months are much less likely to have a job than their counterparts with no incarceration
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Susan Larson 12h
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The Telegraph May 17
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Human Rights Measurement Initiative May 23
HUMAN RIGHTS OF PRISONERS: Our 2019 HRMI country data, being released in June, reports on some of the rights prisoners are particularly at risk of having violated in different countries. Follow us for the latest.
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Literal Change May 22
that up to 30% reduction in recidivism can be achieved through programming, depending on the level of literacy the student achieves?
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Buddhistdoor Global May 23
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Outside Prison May 22
How My Life as a Prisoner's Wife Made Me an Entrepreneur
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Community Resources for Justice May 22
supports men and women leaving to make positive, sustainable life transitions.
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