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On June 12, 2013, the White House hosted the “Children of Incarcerated Parents Champions of Change” event, honoring 12 individuals dedicated to improv...
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By Gary C. Mohr, Director of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction EDITOR'S NOTE- In late 2010, Ohio’s prisons were 33 percent overc...
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Many people released from prison have a substantial amount of debt to repay, and child support is often a significant part of these financial obligati...
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Developed by the National Employment Law Project, this report focuses on the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) background checks. It found that ne...
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Developed by the Prisoner Reentry Institute at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and in collaboration with MFY Legal Services and Neighb...
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This report by The Pew Charitable Trusts examines state spending on inmate health care and the factors driving costs higher. Nationwide, spending on h...
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This report from the Prisoner Reentry Institute of John Jay College of Criminal Justice explores the lived experiences of people with criminal justice...
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Mike King, President and CEO of Volunteers of America, opens the briefing ceremony. (Photo credit: Volunteers of America) On December 4, 2013, t...
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By Mai P. Tran, Program Associate As publicly-funded programs and services across the country are experiencing budgetary constraints, many are begi...
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On any given day, close to 2.7 million children, or 1 in 28, have a parent in prison or jail—an increase of more than 80 percent since 1991. For Afric...