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The Transformative Power of Yoga: Who Knew? I didn't.

 Instead of a regular blog post today, I recommend that you read a great article written about my stepson. http://www.richmondprivateyoga.blogspot.com.  

Robbie Norris, who owns Richmond Private Yoga, has been running a yoga program at the Richmond City Jail for several years. 178 more words

Not The Brady Bunch

Who is this man?

By Michael Gerace

There are about 1,400 inmates at the Richmond City Jail (RCJ). It’s not easy to meet with them. Before any visit, there’s a background check. 585 more words

FBC Family
http://www.theindychannel.com/news/u-s-world/jail-holds-father-daughter-dance-for-inmates

RICHMOND, Va. – All of the prisoners at Virginia’s Richmond City Jail admit they made poor choices, and could be better fathers.

“I am definitely failing as a parent right now, just by being out of her life,” Ronnell Glasgow said. 582 more words

Empowerment

Clovia Goes To Jail For Restoration of Rights Session With Inmates

 

On Tuesday, May 27, 2014, Clovia Lawrence and Rolling for Freedom will host a restoration of rights session for inmates and staff at the Richmond City Jail. 249 more words

National

Community Clo and Sec Stoney Hosts Restoration of Rights Workshop

 

Rolling for Freedom (R4F) is a bipartisan organization founded on April 19, 2004 that provides voter registration, education, empowerment and assistance with the restoration of rights process for ex-felons. 209 more words

Radio One

Community Clo and Sec Stoney Hosts Restoration of Rights Workshop

 

Rolling for Freedom (R4F) is a bipartisan organization founded on April 19, 2004 that provides voter registration, education, empowerment and assistance with the restoration of rights process for ex-felons. 209 more words

National

Eddie Stern: William Broad, you've been served

In just the past couple of days, Eddie Stern has tossed a lot up on his AYNY blog (and re-designed it again). We’ll to everything, if you’ve missed it, but we’ll begin with his (self-admittedly delayed) … 606 more words

Eddie Stern