Tag: prison

My name is #046427
I was born March 11, 1905. I came to prison in 1953. My name is #046427. I was sentenced to 18 yrs. for aggravated assault. I am still in an Arkansas prison There may be some people that should not get out of prison, but a lot of the men and women that are there should not […]
AR-CURE Summer Newsletter 2016
You can help us with the cost of mailing this newsletter to our fellow citizens in prison by joining AR-CURE or making a donation (of any amount).Summer 2016 Newsletter Issue 7
AR-CURE Newsletter April 2016
You can help us with the mailing cost to our fellow citizens in prison by joining AR-CURE or simply making a donation (of any amount). APRIL 2016 Issue 6
Share RAPP Stories
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The RAPP Campaign invites you to add your story about aging behind bars. Speak from the heart. Share your experience.
Justice Reinvestment in Arkansas
The 2nd Presentation to the Legislative Criminal Justice Oversight Task Force
Arkansas prisoner dies while working at Prison
An Arkansas Department of Correction prisoner died Monday afternoon while working on a construction project at the department's Ester Unit in Pine Bluff.
Prison Reform Advocates
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Arkansas Prison Reform Advocates prepare for the Special Legislative Session...
From Prison to the Capitol: Truth to Power at the Ark. Leg. Criminal Justice Task Force
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Four formerly incarcerated people testified about their experiences at the Arkansas Legislative Criminal Justice Oversight Task Force. Arkansas CURE is so proud of these great people and thankful to have played a part to make this happen.
Educate Not Just Incarcerate
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Just saying "NO" is not the answer... Arkansas CURE Says “YES” to rehabilitation for those who have erred