THIS VIDEO WAS CREATED IN 2018 in support of PAC donations to be made to Peace of Hope, Inc. and in support of then Congressman Keith Ellison's bid to become MN State's Attorney.
The relevancy of lack of transportation still exists today for many trying to visit loved one's in prison.
Then contact your local state representative in support of HF 1518, The Peace of Hope Transportation Bill.
1. What are 2 resources that the Census provide money for? (e.g. Childcare, Roads improvement) 2. Can a person 'on paper' (probation, parole, ISR, etc.) who lives with you be counted on your Census form? Email us your answers before May 24, 2020
1. Contact Peace of Hope. Let our consultants listen to your situation and offer assistance.
2. Receive "The Other Side of the Wall: How to Survive Your Loved One's Incarceration".
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(Book Signing at Metropolitan State University sponsored by MAPL was awesome! Interested in hosting a book signing? Let us know!)
3. Join our The Other Side of the Wall movement and push with us to make legislative changes that positively affect the plight of families of the imprisoned.
4. Subscribe $5 a month to Peace of Hope, Inc. and be part of the solution to keep our operating costs low.
To relieve the devastating stresses associated with having loved ones imprisoned by utilizing our service, education and advocacy work.
DUE TO PANDEMIC, ALL PRISON VISITS ARE POSTPONED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
*** COMPLIMENTARY JPAY EMAILS AVAILABLE MARCH 2020 THRU CURRENT
Transportation is a HUGE barrier that creates stress when a loved one is imprisoned. Most prisons are not accessible through public transportation and are generally miles away from home.
Peace of Hope, Inc. provides reliable, safe transportation to and from prisons for families of the incarcerated.
Each of our staff is a real member of
Peace of Hope, Inc.
Yes, we all have someone incarcerated.
Established in 2012 by Founder and CEO
Sharon Brooks Green, our service is educationally based as well as delivered with compassion.
We will be with you every step of the way while you survive the epidemic and harsh effects of mass incarceration.
Contact us first and join our network of expert consultants on hand to provide relief to the situation you are now a part of, including overcoming the barriers of communicating with your incarcerated loved one.
We are appreciative of our most recent partners in this effort: Census Community Count 2020 and Urban Solutions
The U.S. Census does not share any personal information including criminal backgrounds on anybody to anyone until after 75 years have passed! Complete Your Census Form and include persons who have returned home from prison. It benefits everybody.