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Democrat Terry McAuliffe last month re-enfranchised over 200,000 Virginians with past felony convictions.
The past month has been a struggle of moving from couch to couch, scrounging some cash for a suit and tie, and applying for
These themes will be addressed in more detail through the Pioneers for Change Fellowship kicking off on March 23 and 24, 2015
2012-11-13-jrlogo300x60.gifAt Project Return we remind our clients that their lives are no longer on pause.
2012-11-13-jrlogo300x60.gifIf we were to devise the one mechanism that would most surely defeat an ex-offender's quest for a crime-free, productive life after prison, would it not be to bar his efforts to gain employment?
2012-11-13-jrlogo300x60.gifWe know that stable employment is an important predictor of reentry success and the best way to reduce recidivism. Yet people are being released every day with almost no chance of making it.
If America is the land of opportunity, then people -- all people -- must be given a second chance to pursue their dreams after they have served their sentence.
Read more about the Tribune's disturbing findings here. The Child Care Assistance Program, a $750 million-a-year service