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Union Theological Seminary Removes Criminal Background Question From Admissions Applications - The Blaze 
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HuffPost Religion: Jennifer Crumpton, Author of "Femmevangelical: The Modern Girl's Guide to the Good News" and Columnist for HuffPost & Patheos, Interviews Jeff Grant, Director of Progressive Prison Ministries, About Spiritual Solutions for Individuals and Families with White-Collar Incarceration Issues 
Years ago, Rev. Jeff Grant spent 14 months in Federal prison for a white-collar crime. Today, Jeff is the Director of Progressive Prison Ministries, the ...
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Family ReEntry Spring Event at Grace Farms, Keynote Speaker: Shaka Senghor, Fri. June 10, 2016, 6 pm. Info & tickets
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Self defense is a natural right and responsibility - 
“By holding out advantages to him, he can cause the enemy to approach of his own accord; or, by inflicting damage, he can make it impossible for the enemy to draw near.” Sun Tsu My approach to self…
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Christina Melton Crain and all family the Doors they have helped more than 2,000 people to rejoin the Texas community.Good bless you family The Doors. Gregory Loiselroy friends David Collingsworth DeeDee Sharon Bass Terri Leclercq Boyd Harrell and Tifa Family .
A Dallas non-profit is trying to reduce recidivism in the state by helping former inmates find resources and work out of prison.
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With five percent of the world's population, yet 25 percent of the world's prisoners, the United States has the highest incarceration rate in the world. With 2.2 million people currently in U.S. prisons and jails, our prison population has increased over 700% since 1970, a testament that our criminal justice system has failed on every front, underscoring the need for large scale reform. This community is a forum to learn, share and discuss anything at all relating to criminal justice, the prison industrial complex, human rights and the need for change.
 
"The Supreme Court has ruled that people should be jailed only when they refuse to pay, not when they can’t, and in theory safeguards protect the indigent. In practice those safeguards are chimerical, and the poor are routinely jailed for being poor."
The modern equivalent of debtors’ prisons lock people up if they cannot pay.
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Union Theological Seminary Removes Criminal Background Question From Admissions Applications - The Blaze 
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Bobbi Horn

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Give these inmates that's been in prison for a few decades a second chance in life. Specially the ones that been locked up since they were teens. I don't know were to start so I can support these guys. Is their a place I can go an vote for this ? So new to this please help thanks 
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Prisonist.org: The Beast, AKA The Court System, Unchecked: Lies & Cover-Ups, by Andy Thibault -- Guest Blogger.

"'The Nature of The Beast' is a documentary film about the early years of the Bonnie Foreshaw case. The film, directed by then Yale student Ondi Timoner, premiered on PBS in 1994. It will be shown again for the first time since 1994 at the Greenwich International Film Festival at 7 p.m. Friday, June 10 at the Greenwich Public Library, Tickets: greenwichfilm.org.

The film chronicles the state of Connecticut's blood lust to pursue the death penalty against a battered woman for an accidental and fatal shooting in 1986. It clearly details violations of her right to counsel and a fair trial. The film exposes how cops and prosecutors got away with jacking up charges to premeditated murder in a textbook manslaughter case."
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"In 2015, there were a record 27 exonerations that involved false confessions. 80% of these false confessions were in homicide cases, mostly by defendants who were under the age of 18, mentally handicapped, or both.

Police and prosecutors need to take more active roles in the review and reversal of factually erroneous convictions. Efforts need to step up at the front end, because once a conviction becomes final, the path to exoneration is fraught with so many obstacles."
For decades, we have been witnessing the evolution of exonerations for wrongful convictions. There was a time when an innocent prisoner being exonerated ...
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it's a page I created in honor of women living behind bars to Crain unit Texas Department Criminal Justice city Gatesville Coryell County Texas. I want to show the positive side of the life of these women.Gregory Loiselroy 
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Christine Sunnerberg

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The exposure of millions of phone records across dozens of states sheds light on the dubious claims and practices of Securus Technologies.
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