Hope & Change

2020-06-04T11:37:32-04:00Hope & Change|

Why Prison Volunteers Change Lives

Throughout my 23 years of incarceration, many people have had a positive influence on my life, but none more so than the courageous volunteers who selflessly pour into American prisons each and every day, whether it be for religious purposes, substance [...]

2020-05-31T11:48:35-04:00Hope & Change|

VIDEO: The Brutal Truth About A Brutal Crime

Agnes Fury is the mother and grandmother of author Leonard Scoven’s two victims. Years ago, she contacted Scovens in prison to find answers and closure. Amazingly, their relationship turned into a friendship after the two corresponded for years — before the two published a book together about restoration and forgiveness, called Wildflowers in the Median. (!)
2020-02-02T22:08:31-05:00Hope & Change|

If Prisoners Could Vote…

Anyway, it was a close race and you only needed about 800 votes to win. All of us would have voted for you if we could have. We take that kind of thing seriously. The law, not so much — but the chance to bitch about something and then fix, definitely.
2020-01-27T23:35:52-05:00Hope & Change, Reform & Reentry|

Her Name was Mo

By: Jermaine Archer, Some people knew her as Arlene Mohammed, but her name was Mo and she brought people together. Mo was a strong black woman from another era, the one that followed Jim Crow but preceded Civil Rights, the one [...]