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RECLAIMING YOUR LIFE AND CONFIDENCE AFTER INCARCERATION

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 “When is an Ex-Offender really an Ex-Offender?”

Does society ever really forgive an ex-offender for the crimes he/she has committed against it?  Is the concept of “incarceration as repayment of debt for crimes” realistic considering sanctioned bias and discrimination against ex-offenders?  Is that discrimination and prejudice justified?

America has the largest prison population in the world!  Coincidentally, African-American men are disproportionately the largest ethnic group in American prisons and face the greatest challenges to education and employment after incarceration.

Don’t miss Jacquelyn’s Radio Blog & Discussion with listeners from around the world on Sunday, January 22th from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Jacquelyn will take on this controversial topic and share words of wisdom from her most current work, Move Beyond the Colored Line

JOIN JACQUELYN & CO-HOST RONEY-ROM FOR A LIVELY DISCUSSION ON RECLAIMING ONE’S LIFE AND CONFIDENCE AFTER INCARCERATION!

Jacquelyn's special guest are 36th District Court Judge Cylenthia LaToye Miller, Author & Ex-Offender Yusef Bunchy Shakur, and David Holifield, and Alejandro Jones.

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