And, just as important, re-entry services should be more robust. People are going to leave prison, said Darris. That's the reality. Approximately 90 percent of people in prison will re-enter the community, he said. When education and re-entry services are provided, former prisoners can be safer, more productive members of the community. … [Read more...] about Minnesota man goes from life in prison to political activist
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Since 2009, Women in Recovery has helped more than 500 women get custody of their children, land a job and heal from the trauma that led them to addiction in the first place, according to Mimi Tarrasch, who leads the program. Women in Recovery staffers compare addiction to a disease such as cancer or diabetes — something that requires long-term treatment and maintenance. That's why the program isn't just 60 or 90 days, like others. That isn't enough time, some advocates say, to heal from the trauma that led to a life of using and selling drugs in the first place. And Stone has certainly experienced plenty of trauma in her life. … [Read more...] about Oklahoma has the highest rate of imprisoned women in the US — but one county is remarkably reversing the trend
Although he’s different than Rodgers and Minassian, Erik’s anger, too, came from a mismatch between expectations and reality: “If this was pre-1980s, maybe I’d feel more different from a straight incel,” he says. “But with the mainstreaming of gay people, the expectations have become more mainstream too. You’re expected to be financially stable, to look a certain way, to have the right partner and the right hookups. When you can’t live up to that image, then the inferiority complex comes.” … [Read more...] about Want To Understand Straight Incels? Talk To This Gay One.
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"You didn't show up without a six-pack or a keg," said the classmate, who spoke on condition of anonymity to protect his business and professional relationships within the Georgetown Prep community. "You consumed whatever was available, six-packs, kegs, gin, grain alcohol, you name it. You drank when you got up at 10 a.m. and you were drinking when you collapsed at 2 or 3 a.m." … [Read more...] about Deep dive into Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s summer of ’82