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Incarceration: My Love Walk

Miea Walker is the Training and Re-entry Specialist with Jobs for Life. Her own life journey through brokenness and shame led to serving a 9 year sentence. This is where she met God in an entirely new…

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Scrubs and Stones

He wore what I believe are called ‘scrubs’. You know what I mean—loose fitting. Comfortable. Pastel. Cool. Doctors wear green, dentists blue, nurses pink. When I see someone wearing…

The Power of Mentorship: The Call of the Church

(Editor’s note: This is an ongoing blog series about Mass Incarceration and the Issues Around Reentry by Miea Walker. Miea writes from her personal experience of incarceration and the criminal…

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