Mother's Day Across Bars is a campaign to honor the many mothers in our community who live at the intersections of incarceration and motherhood.
Help Prison Birth Project raise $10,000. Prison Birth Project has been fortunate to partner with a generous donor who has offered us a matching gift opportunity.
As a direct result of this overcrowding, at least two deaths and one serious injury have occurred at CCWF in March 2013.
On April 22, the Washington State legislature – by a near unanimous vote – passed SHB 1284 that guides the courts’ current discretion to delay termination of parental rights if the parent’s incarceration or prior incarceration is a significant factor for the child’s continued out-of-home placement, as long as the delay is in the best interest of the child.
All the bill needs to become law is the governor's
A worldwide Embrace to all of the thousands of People who helped Me ! As my hero said, we are motivated by great feelings of love and compassion and I am fortunate to be the beneficiary, this time around. To savor this victory, you all should know that the Carswell Prison authorities kept telling me " It can't be done". You don't qualify. Why bother? Wait till you are closer to death!
To all of them I replied that I have been fighting battles like this all my life and I would never quit.
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We continue our conversation about the federal indictments naming 25 people including corrections officers at Baltimore City Detention Center and members of the Black Guerrilla Family with racketeering, dr
This Saturday afternoon, fellow PM Press author and mama Jennifer Silverman and I will be discussing ways to create family-friendly, all-ages spaces in our movements and communities as part of the