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Shirley Wilson and Maria Palmer Present Heart to Heart

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This is what Heart to Heart aims to do. Shirley and Maria will be bringing the good news, people and programs that are impacting children who have a parent in prison. Once a month the show will be shedding light onto a topic that many others won't touch. America must be reminded that children are the future. Research also shows that children with incarcerated parents who have a relationship with that parent are better socially and emotionally adjusted and they are less likely to repeat the patterns of inter-generational incarceration. Please join Shirley & Maria one Sunday a month to talk about these issues. Your feedback and comments are welcomed. What's on the Sunday February 13th, 2011 Show? There is a play out that the world should see. So much power in this message; it should be shared with everyone who has a heart for people. Shirley and Maria will chat with the star lined cast of Poetic Justice. You'll love this show. Everyone else does. Here's what some have said about the show; “Great talent–great message. You need to find a way to reach larger audiences.” “The world needs more of these real people to spread a powerful message.” “Will tell as many people as possible. Excellent!!” “EXCELLENT! EXCELLENT! EXCELLENT! I loved every moment–especially the Q&A.” “I caught so many glimpses of how scary prison can be and not in the way you see on TV.” “We are so glad you came!” “Great singing!” “They kept it real–can’t do any better than that!” “It was as close to perfect as I’ve seen.” “I’m going to recommend this play and this project to everyone on Facebook!” “They completely flipped the script!” “Great job by all! I would love to see more from this group.” “This show put a human face on prisoners.”