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Prison Fellowship seeks to restore those affected by crime and incarceration to make communities safer and healthier.
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The “Envisioning Justice” exhibit at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago hopes to inspire ideas for change in the criminal justice system.
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“David Cox doesn’t know why he struggled with addiction, but he unflinchingly knows he would not be where he is today without divine intervention.”
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When it was time to sell her 2005 Thunderbird convertible, Lois Patton, a long-time supporter of Prison Fellowship, decided to “give away what God had provided.” Read this Q&A with Lois.
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Heather Rice-Minus 17h
Breaking: objects 2 FUTURE Act & announces counter proposal on : 10-year HBCU funding and outline of HEA Reauth to include for incarcerated students. Does not have support. Committee discussion to continue next week
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Please with us for our in-prison this week in , , and .
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In his new book “Not Forsaken: Finding Freedom as Sons & Daughters of a Perfect Father,” points us to a God who is ready to shower us with His approval & love. And now it’s available to .
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Prison Fellowship Sep 19
The area is home to a program serving prisoners who are transitioning out of jail and back into the . Via
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Prison Fellowship Sep 18
AMIkids, a nonprofit org that serves at-risk , has recently received a $300k grant at its location to help young adults find training.
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Prison Fellowship Sep 18
"Why are we spending $80 bil a year incarcerating human beings & tolerating that they come out more likely to commit a crime?” Via
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Prison Fellowship Sep 18
If you are facing a sentence or your spouse is incarcerated, you've got an uphill battle to fight. Here are some tips to help you maintain your during a prison sentence—and lay a firm foundation for the .
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Craig DeRoche Sep 18
First Step Act Gives Prisoners a Second Chance at New Life article in w/
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Prison Fellowship Sep 18
“To be able to have the kids walk away with something that they’re going to play with and they’re going to enjoy — that’s very satisfying. That’s the reason I love to do this.”
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Prison Fellowship Sep 18
The says that since 2016 more than 21,000 former prisoners have regained their IDs. "Our goal is to provide returning citizens with every resource available to assist them in their re-entry process.”
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Prison Fellowship Sep 17
The LEAD program is being adopted in , giving authorities discretion to offer treatment related to or mental health instead of .
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Prison Fellowship Sep 17
Drawing from Biblical examples, former prisoner turned pastor & advocate provides an in-depth look at the Christian case for . “Humanity has dignity, and is therefore redeemable.”
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CPJ Sep 17
JUST RELEASED: The 2019 Prize reports, authored by student-faculty pairs from , & . The reports explore food insecurity among teens; access to housing for ; & food insecurity on college campuses:
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Emi Sep 17
Thanks for this TED Talk. It's crucial to spread the idea that formerly incarcerated men/women shouldn't be discriminated against for their past mistake. They paid their debt to society by serving time &shouldn't keep paying once out by being denied access to work
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FAMM Foundation Sep 17
. will launch a new documentary series follows incarcerated people who are pursuing college degrees. It's four-part series, “College Behind Bars,” executive produced by & directed by . It airs Nov. 25 & 26.
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Koch Industries Sep 17
According to research, the best ways to help people leaving prison are to listen, offer a path to success, and recognize that many want to contribute to their communities. Here are 5 ways businesses can boost second chances.
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Prison Fellowship Sep 17
Not much can compete with , right? But new “Justice ReMix’d” takes the frozen treat to another level. A portion of Ben and Jerry's proceeds will go to to support their work in criminal .
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