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A show dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals and families whose lives have been impacted by the cycle of arrest, incarceration and reentry.

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Fair Sentencing Act of 2010 (S. 1789) reduces the disparity in sentencing between crack and powdered cocaine. The Fair Sentencing Act will impact nearly 3,000 defendants a year. The bill was sponsored by Senator Richard Durbin-D... more

This Tuesday Mr. Robert Farmer, founder and executive director of WEBB House a center for female veteran's located in Gary, IN. will be our guest. On November 22 at 12:00 p.m. central time WEBB House will be dedicated to the memory... more

What if Johnny becomes incarcerated? Of the 23 million veterans in the United States today, an estimated 140,000 are in prison or jail. And many veterans—imprisoned or not—are unaware of the help available to them.... more

Parenting for Prevention-How to raise a child to say no to alcohol/drugs. A book by David J Wilmes will be the topic of Tuesday's show. We know that 40 percent of inmates have substance abuse issues and by sharing excerpts from David... more

Today's topic: Medical care in jails and prison. March 30, 2008 we lost 39 year old R & B singer Sean. Sean was arrested and jailed in Cuyahoga County and for failure to pay child support. Six days later he was dead. He was denied his... more

The 2010 census numbers will become available in February and later redistricting for 2011 will begin. The basic idea behind our system of democracy is that equal numbers of people should have equal influence over the legislative... more

Today's show is dedicated to those of us on the front lines working with families and reentry. On October 6 Forever Family is sponsoring a FREE Half Day Symposium where those who work with children, families and communities... more

According the the 2008 Pew Report 1 in 30 men between the ages of 20 and 34 were behind bars. For African-American men that figure is 1 in 9. But good news(?)according to "Prison Count 2010," a new survey by the Pew Center on... more

Reverend Judith Talbert, pastor of participating Faith Tabernacle, was quoted thusly: "We must have the inclusion of the church family and the community as well as government to bring permanent behavioral change." Christian... more

With Sunday being Father's Day we decided to dedicate today's show to fathers reentering the family and to father's parenting from within the penal system. Today we feature the InsideOut parenting program for incarcerated father's.... more
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