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Back In To Society - Breaking The Barriers of Injustice

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We would like to welcome Leonna Brandao Founder of New Vision Organization Inc.

New Vision Organization, Inc is focused on extensive efforts to re-establish
positive interaction and communication between incarcerated individuals, their families, and the diversified communities nationwide to assure all goals are met.
We strive to educate the public on cultural awareness and the issues of 
discrimination, racism, and hatred which results in increased crime and 
unnecessary human destruction.
New Vision Organization works in unity with community members, advocacy groups,service providers and prison staff throughout the country. In doing so, our aim is to assure prisoners’ rights are not violated, and that they receive the necessary rehabilitation, legal, and educational services that should be offered to all incarcerated men, women, and youth throughout the United States

Back In To Society is a show designed to help Ex-Offenders find their bearings, remove the handcuffs placed on them by society and assist them in getting back into society as a productive member of the community. With 27 million + ex-offenders and more being released every day, the task is difficult but not impossible overcome.. Join I.B. Wise, Brent Nation, Pam Deghand and Mark A. Clements as we travel this road to recovery and redemption , we will discuss everything from job searching to re-entry programs, resume writting to support groups. ,We are advocates for the Wrongly Convicted as well as advocates to abolish the death penalty.....

Our goal is to break down the barriers of injustice....

Special Guests will appear to share and offer their assistance. 

We support-

Angels of Freedom Prison Ministry

Black and White in Stripes in Sheriff Joe's Tents by Dr. Kimberly L. Shedrick and Christoper Colon