Fourth post - Hill Briefing on Prioritizing the Needs of Children of Incarcerated Parents in the USA - Wednesday, September 4, 2014, Washington, D.C.

Glenn Martin is a criminal justice reform advocate and founder of JustLeadership USA. Glenn addresses the reasons why we need to focus our efforts on decarceration. "I've seen it [decarceration] work, and because I've seen the damage prison causes individuals, families and entire communities."

Patricia Allard

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Every post of yours is worth reading. Your writing style was perfect. Keep writing.

The plight of children of incarcerated parents is indeed quite sad. Whether the incarcerated individual is guilty or not, it is disheartening to see how the whole thing and prison affects the family, especially children. These children are often tormented outside their homes.

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The plight of children of incarcerated parents is indeed quite sad.

The plight of children of incarcerated parents is indeed quite sad. Whether the incarcerated individual is guilty or not, it is disheartening to see how the whole thing and prison affects the family, especially children. These children are often tormented outside their homes.

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