“Nothing stops a bullet like a job,” Lawrence Taylor told a group assembled at Busboys & Poets on March 26.
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The D.C. City Council passed a bill in July creating a program that would teach citizens returning from incarceration entrepreneurship skills. The legislation has not received funding yet, although advocates are pushing for its inclusion in the FY 2018 budget. The Department of Small and Local Business is running a similar pilot program called Aspire to Entrepreneurship for returning citizens.
Pope Francis’ historic September 22-24 Washington visit brings particular interest to the homeless community. Pope Francis has given attention to issues of homelessness, poverty, and… Read more »
Women on the Rise held Howard University’s second annual female reentry leadership conference last month. Seminars to help previously incarcerated women readjust to life on… Read more »