Prisoner Visitation and Support: A Unique Ministry

Prisoner Visitation and Support (PVS) is the only nationwide, interfaith visitation program with access to all federal and military prisons and prisoners in the United States.  Sponsored by 35 national religious bodies and socially-concerned agencies (consisting of Protestant, Catholic, Jewish,

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J. JONDHI HARRELL WILL DISCUSS RE-INTEGRATION

PHILADELPHIA, PA (USA) – 6 OCTOBER 2013    He is a Thought Leader on Social Justice and Reintegration issues, a dynamic voice in the National Dialogue on Mass Incarceration, and the Founder and Executive Director of The Center For Returning Citizens

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“GUILTY BY REASON OF ARREST /SCHOOL TO PRISON PIPELINE 2013”

About Terrance Tykeem: Author, Recording Artist and former NFL walk on. Many around the country remember him for his 90’s hit single, “If You Can’t Learn To Love Her“ Which  Received national attention on radio and tv, as well as

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International Men’s Day – 2013

CONTACT:

Diane A. Sears – Coordinator              

2013 International Men’s Day

E-Mail:insearchofatherhood@gmail.com

 

KEEPING MEN AND BOYS SAFE:  2013 INTERNATIONAL MEN’S DAY 

BRIGHTON, UNITED KINGDOM – 14 February 2013 — People all over the world are used to relating to men as protectors and providers, but how often do we consider the actions we can all take to protect Men and Boys from harm and provide them with a safe world where they can thrive and prosper?

In the run up to 2013 International Men’s Day — Tuesday 19th November — ,we’re asking supporters of the day to focus on five key challenges that will help create a better world for everyone by Keeping Men and Boys Safe.:

 Keeping Men And Boys Safe By Tackling Male Suicide   

Every minute of every hour of every day, one more man reaches the point where he thinks the only option is to take his own life.

According to the World Health Organisation, it is estimated that nearly one million people take their lives every year and most of them are Men. In developed countries, Men are generally three to four times more likely to take their own lives.

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