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Can Viewing Yourself Differently Actually Stop Chronic Pain?

Overcoming chronic pain

As medical science stalls in finding answers to safe and effective pain relief, interest in spirituality has grown. Read More »

Governor Cuomo’s Cost-Saving Prescription for Safer Streets: Prisoner Education

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Providing college-level education to inmates has been shown to dramatically reduce recidivism and the cost to taxpayers of incarceration. Read More »

Seven Prison Survival Secrets

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By internalizing and abiding by these principles, a new inmate will save a lot of strife and possibly violence, and even transform potential hard time to easy time. Read More »

How ‘Attica University’ Could Reap Rewards for New Yorkers

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New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo has sparked controversy after proposing to fund a college program for state prisoners that has demonstrated success at reducing recidivism. Read More »

Lifting the Veil: Prisology Sues Federal Bureau of Prisons for Freedom of Information Act Violations

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The Bureau of Prisons is a giant federal agency that has stymied Freedom of Information Act requests for years. Read More »

Transforming Lives on Both Sides of the Prison Walls

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The blind students and the inmate students have a symbiotic relationship of success and hope, Read More »

‘Commitment to Change’ College Scholarship for Federal Prisoners

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The scholarship covers tuition and books for one federal prisoner to take one course at the regionally accredited Adams State University. Read More »

Energize: The Federal Bureau of Prisons’ Technological Revolution

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Giving federal prisoners access to technology benefits not only the prisoners but their families, prison administrators, and the society into which the inmates will eventually be released. Read More »

Federal Prison Discipline: The Case of the Education Behind Bars Newsletter

solitary confinement

Held in solitary confinement for months for publishing an educational newsletter for inmates, I eventually had the guilty findings overturned, but not before much suffering. Read More »

UNICEF and National Dairy Month

UNICEF provided therapeutic milk in Haiti following the 2010 earthquake. Today, it's also being used to treat child malnutrition in South Sudan and Central African Republic.

National Dairy Month is also time to think about the importance of the milk that UNICEF provides in helping the famine-threatened countries. Read More »