US Correctional Facilities Need a New Normal

College Behind Bars documentary reveals the untapped human potential of the incarcerated.

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What happens if incarcerated men and women are given a second chance at life’s opportunities; in particular a better, higher education?

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Speaking up for humanity through intersectional social justice. Open to all.

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Janet Lesley Powers, Life & Leadership Coach. Writing to nurture our Deepest Truth and Conscious Evolution.

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