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2021 CONFERENCE PRESENTERS ARE BEING POSTED
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HE’S COMING HOME! I’M EXCITED AND TERRIFIED
Truth Graff
National Incarceration Association
Georgia

 

THE ADVOCACY TOOL BOX
Avon Hart Johnson, PhD
President, DC Project Connect
Chair, PFC Advocacy in Action Coalition Task Forcee
Washington, DC

With

James Prager
Prison CONversation & Toledo Reentry
Ohio

&

Monique Tate, PhD
Georgia

 

CIVIL RIGHTS DON’T END AT THE PRISON GATE – II
Kirstin Eidenbach, Civil Rights Attorney
Hallinan & Kilpack
Founder: ATLaS Justice Center
Arizona

 

FAMILY REENTRY
Julia Lazareck, Author
Prison: The Hidden Sentence
Nevada

 

AGING IN PLACE: THE PRISON HOSPICE
Kori Novak, PhD
California

 

THE IMPORTANCE OF SUPPORT GROUPS
Barbara Allan
New York
&

THE IMPORTANCE OF SUPPORT GROUPS
Julia Lazareck
Nevada

 

SPECIAL FEATURES

Incarcerated Artists
Fine Art Competition, Display & Auction

1ST ANNUAL KIDS’ DAY
Support, Resources & Interaction for
Children 5-18 Having Incarcerated Parents & Other Loved Ones

Julia Lazareck, Author of Prison: The Hidden Sentence – Nevada –
is organizing the KIDS’ DAY event. 
Age appropriate sessions are being planned.

Zoe Flannery, originally from Colorado, currently living and working in Alaska, will be sharing her own experience of having been raised as  the child of a prisoner.

Marketa Harris, Deputy Director of ForeverFamily in Georgia is assisting in the development of the first conference KIDS’ DAY.

 

 

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