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  • Pedro, 32

    You can choose to learn in here or not. In the beginning I chose not to care, but as I got older and saw what prison was becoming, I started seeing the light. Not only for my sanity, but for my family and my daughter.
  • Jonathan, 48

    I’ve been sober now for 12 years and have overcome the propaganda that ruled my thoughts. I have learned to care for and respect people for who they are, not the color of their skin or their ethnicity, but who they are as a person. These changes aren’t just behavioral, but a major paradigm shift.
  • Antoine, 34

    Spending most of our lives being deprived of genuine love and acceptance left us devoid of a sense of identity, value, and purpose. This was one of the reasons why many of us, turned toward a life of drugs, money and flashy things, hoping to somehow fill that undesirable emptiness we felt inside.
  • Aaron, 35

    I now stand for a cause I have dedicated my life to - making a difference in the lives of others, and I am unashamed of the God who reached into the pit of hell and salvaged my life. I no longer act out of insecurity of what others may think. Living to impress others isn’t my goal, and my identity is not found in substances, crime or what delinquent peers may say.

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