Blog Posts: Rory J. Fleming

Rory J. Fleming

Alternatives to Incarceration and Tough Transitions: A Spot of Hope

It is undeniable that mass incarceration devastates families, and disproportionately affects those which are poor and non-white. When examining the crimes that bring individuals into the prison system, it is clear that there is often a pre-existing pattern of hardship, addiction, or mental illness in offenders’ lives. The children of the incarcerated are then victimized by the removal of those who care for them and a system which plants more obstacles than imaginable on the path to responsible rehabilitation.

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Categories: Captive Audience: Incarceration and the Family

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