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9:17am

Thu October 23, 2014
Politics

Your Call: How do you re-enter society after prison?

Today's guest Alice Washington, celebrating
Ruth Morgan, "The Welcome Home Project"

 

  

On the October 23rd, 2014 edition of Your Call, we'll hear stories of people who turned their lives around after over a decade in prison or jail.  Two thirds of people released from California's prison system will return within 3 years. What obstacles prevent people from getting out and staying out?  How does incarceration impact families, especially children?  What kind of support do formerly incarcerated adults want?  It's Your Call, with Rose Aguilar, and you.  

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12:00am

Wed May 28, 2014
Cops & Courts

Your Call: Is the bail bond system broken?

  

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11:27am

Thu May 8, 2014

Youth Radio: Double charged - the true cost of juvenile justice

From our partners at Youth Radio
Follow the paper trail and explore our interactive resources as Youth Radio goes behind the scenes, uncovering the true cost of the changing juvenile justice system. top radio Reporting Each year, almost 1.5 million teens, many of them low-income, are arrested in the United States.

2:07pm

Thu August 22, 2013
Education

Youth Radio: Staying off probation, and teaching others how

In 2008, Reinaldi Gilder promised himself that he would never go back to jail. Since his release in December of that year, he’s not only managed to keep his word, he has also shown others that they can do the same.

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4:03pm

Thu January 12, 2012
Cops & Courts

How incarceration affects families: Interview with Lateefah Simon

Lateefah Simon is the director of the California Futures Initiative at the Rosenberg Foundation in San Francisco
Photo courtesy of Rosenberg Foundation

Nationally, women are the fastest growing prison population. And one of the highest female prison populations in the world is here in California. That's slated to change under the state's new realignment program. The number of women in prison is supposed to shrink drastically, by as much as half, over the next few years.

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