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Prisoners’ Reentry Tool Kit: Administrative Tools (Part 3 of 4)

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The institutional setting is complicated by enough negative energy as it is. Everyone benefits from being of service to one another. Read More »

Four Letter Words: Learning How to Write from a Federal Prison

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If we as Americans want prisoners to succeed at something pro-social whether it be writing, learning, or not returning to a life of crime, we have to provide them with the tools to do so. 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 »

From Abused to Condemed: Connect The Dots

Child abuse, neglect, drug addiction are creative factors for prisons. How do we reverse the trend? Read More »

A New Year, A New Language

This is not about political process, government agencies or any of the old rhetoric we have become so accustomed to using. Read More »