Capstone Salon Dinner Hosted by Enterprising Ventures of Color Local leaders from Flint gathered at the Hilton Garden Inn in downtown Flint, collaborating to enhance
Launch of First Cohort for Nonprofit Leaders of Color in Flint A fresh fellowship group comprising African-American leaders in the nonprofit sector has been formed
In Michigan, a state often associated with progressive policies, the criminal justice system has some of the harshest carceral practices in the nation.
Inaugural National Reentry Housing Symposium Brings Together Federal, State, and Local Officials State and local authorities are increasingly acknowledging the importance of secure, cost-effective housing
The signing of prison reform took place in Saginaw on Saturday. In Saginaw, State Representative Amos O’Neal gathered signatures on Saturday for Michigan’s Good Times
Michigan Court Decision Offers Hope for Shorter Sentences to Over 250 Life-Term Prisoners The court stated that the 2022 decision, which prohibits automatic life sentences
PERFECT STORM: THE AFRICAN AMERICAN MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS For all of us, these have been very strange, very trying times. Many of us have suffered
The strong economic case for hiring people with criminal records Research suggests that employees with criminal records are far less likely to quit their jobs,
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