Every race has a finish line. But what happens when that line gets pushed farther out making it virtually unreachable?
That’s how it can feel for men and women entering society after completing their prison term. Though their “debt to society” has been paid, payday never ends since many former prisoners find themselves wading through a “second prison,” further locking them into a life with limited choices.
By Heidi Baumstark
June 1, 2016Colorado | Colorado Springs | DC | Kelly Friedlander | La Vista Correctional Facility | National Community Church | Pueblo | Second Chances 5k | Second Prison Project | Washington