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Homelessness and Incarceration

In the United States, ex-prisoners are more vulnerable to homelessness than those who have not been incarcerated.  According to a report published by the Vera Institute of Justice, 30-50% of all people under parole supervision in the cities of Los Angeles and San Francisco are homeless.   437 more words

Homelessness

Nap Denied

VINCE

They tore up part of the running track last week and never put it back together so I haven’t been able to run for a week.  353 more words

Crime

The chance to change a life - through hospitality employment

The Institute of Hospitality has joined with Nacro, the crime reduction charity, and The Clink Charity to produce a new management guide about the benefits of employing qualified ex-offenders in suitable hospitality roles. 278 more words

Employment

Have a Nice Day

ANNE

The drum beat of stories about prison continues.

Last week, every day on my drive in to work, I heard a different story about prison on National Public Radio’s Marketplace Tech Report. 496 more words

Crime

Community Clo Hosts Restoration of Rights Rally For Felons Thursday

Clovia Lawrence of Radio One Richmond was in attendance with Governor Terry McAuliffe for the announcement of the tweaks to the restoration of rights process in Virginia. 233 more words

Radio One

Community Clo Hosts Restoration of Rights Rally For Felons Thursday

Clovia Lawrence of Radio One Richmond was in attendance with Governor Terry McAuliffe for the announcement of the tweaks to the restoration of rights process in Virginia. 233 more words

TJMS

Season 2, Episode 9: Working It

“There are so many things that I did not know…I feel like we really need to do what we can to educate our community on these issues because everyone has their opinion about what should happen, what needs to happen, but recognizing that these resources are out there and that at the end of the day we all want to go to work, we all want to have a place to live, we all want to have the basic needs that makes us happy.”

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