ReEntry Stories: An easy, scary decision to seek community
ReEntry Stories
by Mary Evans
2y ago
We meet Sarah Davis, who, with her husband Patrick Davis, started The Fringe Coffee House ..read more
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ReEntry Stories: Her journey to freedom through faith
ReEntry Stories
by Mary Evans
2y ago
We meet Auria Morales, who found a helping hand at the Fringe Coffee House in Hamilton, when she got out of prison a year ago ..read more
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ReEntry Stories: A woman finds salvation after incarceration
ReEntry Stories
by Mary Evans
2y ago
We meet Lorrie Carter, the first employee of The Fringe Coffee House in Hamilton, a place where formerly incarcerated citizens can find work and the help they need to re-enter society ..read more
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ReEntry Stories: Returning from the 'fringe' of society
ReEntry Stories
by Mary Evans
2y ago
Mary Evans interviews Patrick Davis of the Fringe Coffeehouse in Hamilton – where he and his wife are offering a range of much-needed services to formerly incarcerated citizens ..read more
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ReEntry Stories: Returning from the 'fringe' of society
ReEntry Stories
by Mary Evans
2y ago
Mary Evans interviews Patrick Davis of the Fringe Coffeehouse in Hamilton – where he and his wife are offering a range of much-needed services to formerly incarcerated citizens ..read more
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ReEntry Stories: Visualizing And Actualizing Life As A Filmmaker
ReEntry Stories
by Mary Evans
3y ago
Kamisha Thomas is a filmmaker, writer, director, co-founder of the Returning Artists Guild in Columbus and a returned citizen. Kamisha was a filmmaker before she went to prison, but finished her short film while she was inside. There were a lot of projects in prison, she says, that helped her continue her filmmaking ..read more
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ReEntry Stories: Expanding Creativity
ReEntry Stories
by Mary Evans
3y ago
Today on ReEntry Stories we meet Azizi Carter, the third in our series about women who took advantage of training opportunities in prison and made it a stepping stone to a new life ..read more
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ReEntry Stories: Choosing Recovery And Community
ReEntry Stories
by Mary Evans
3y ago
In our latest series of ReEntry Stories, we hear about the lives of four formerly incarcerated women. They all took advantage of an educational program or some kind of skill building project while they were in prison, and for all of them, it was a good first step.Today we meet Amber Richards. Series producer Mary Evans has known her for many years because they were incarcerated at the same institution. While inside, Amber chose to focus her life on recovery from drug addiction. And when she got out, she got involved with an organization called Field of Hope in Gallia County ..read more
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ReEntry Stories: Faith And Work
ReEntry Stories
by Mary Evans
3y ago
More than 22,000 people are released from prison every year in Ohio, and as re-entering citizens, they face a lot of challenges. This week on WYSO we begin a new series of ReEntry Stories and hear about the lives of four formerly incarcerated women. They all took advantage of an educational program or some kind of skill building project while they were in prison, and for all of them, it was a good first step ..read more
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ReEntry Stories: Building A Life And A Business As A Returned Citizen
ReEntry Stories
by Mary Evans
3y ago
Returned citizen Afton McClain is an entrepreneur and owner of Afton’s Beauty Pod in Dayton. She’s been out of prison for 3 years and recently voted for the first time in her life for a candidate in the 2020 presidential election ..read more
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