WASHINGTON, D.C.—Prison Fellowship®, the nation’s largest Christian nonprofit serving prisoners, former prisoners, and their families, released the following statement after the Biden administration’s announcement of 75 commutations and a set of twenty policy initiatives to promote access to economic opportunity for men and women who have left prison.
White House proclamation recognizes Second Chance Month—an effort spearheaded by Prison Fellowship to unlock better futures for formerly incarcerated people.
Civil rights, faith, law enforcement, and justice reform organizations urge Department of Education to prioritize Pell grant restoration for incarcerated students.
Statement from Prison Fellowship’s CEO James Ackerman in response to the events of last week at the U.S. Capitol, as seen through the unique perspective of the life and work of our founder, Chuck Colson.
Prison Fellowship leadership urges new administration to advance policies helping men and women impacted by crime and incarceration become productive returning citizens.