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Mother Hugs Daughter on Valley State Prison Visit
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Christmas Prison Visit: How Many of These Kids Will Return as Prisoners Someday?

As the holidays approach, I find myself reflecting on my Christmas 2016 visit with my mom at California Institution for Women (CIW) in Corona, CA. The visiting room was extra crowded that day, even though a very small percentage of the women inmates get prison visits. This is especially true on Christmas. Most people just Read More…

Tekashi 6ix9ine Denied Bail in Court. Judge Says He's a Flight Risk.
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Who the H3ll Is Tekashi 6ix9ine? And Why Should We Care?

The internet is buzzing about the rapper known as Tekashi 6ix9ine and his jail woes. But who is this most famous prisoner in New York? And why does everyone seem to care so much about his life? Who Is Tekashi 6ix9ine? Born Daniel Hernandez, Tekashi 6ix9ine is famous for his numerous face tattoos and multi-colored hair. The controversial Read More…

CDCR Firefighters on Road with Fires Looming
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Time to Give Thanks to the Forgotten Heroes of the California Wildfires

The Camp Fire is officially contained thanks to the brave men and women who fought back the flames of the California wildfires. Let’s tip our hats for the forgotten heroes no one wants to talk about: The CDCR prison firefighters The infamous California wildfire now known as The Camp Fire destroyed 14,000 residences in the Read More…

Private Firefighters Fighting the Woolsey Fire in Malibu (NOT THE FOREST)
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California’s Wildfire Fighters: The Lions, Tigers & Prisoners

As both Northern and Southern California continue to burn from wildfires, there are three groups of men and women risking their lives to contain them. California is literally under fire… from the North to the South. These two horrific wildfires have already completely burned about 400 square miles and taken 84 lives. The California Department Read More…

Ban the Box: Protecting Your Rights or Disguising Your Past
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Pros & Cons of Ban the Box Movement: Does Racism Still Rule?

Today, about 70 million adults in the US have criminal records. This leaves them scuffling to find jobs for felons that can actually sustain their daily lives. Does Ban the Box handle this? Or, does racism stop it in its tracks? Will Employers Hire Ex-Offenders? Employer Preferences, Background Checks, and Their Determinants A study was Read More…

Jobs for Felons
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New eBook: Felon’s 2019 Guide to Finding a Job & Becoming an Entrepreneur

Prison Rideshare Network is proud to announce the launch of the eBook The Felon’s 2019 Guide to Finding a Job & Becoming an Entrepreneur. And, it’s FREE to download on Amazon from Wednesday, 11/21 to Sunday, 11/25. This is a useful tool for anyone currently or formerly incarcerated and/or with a felony record. Don’t let your Read More…

Mass Incarceration of Children: Numerous immigrant kids are housed at this overcrowded tent encampment.
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Private Prison Industry Thrives Thanks to Trump’s Immigration Reform (Videos)

In the 1980s, President Ronald Reagan embraced the idea of for-profit prisons. This led to a big boom. Today, these privately ran prisons are homes to numerous undocumented migrants, including children. Thomas W. Beasley Makes Private Prison History Thomas W. Beasley is a savvy businessman responsible for the big private prison boom of 1983. He Read More…

Fernanda Jacqueline Dávila barely recognized her mother when she first arrived at the airport in Honduras.
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Legally Kidnapped: 2-Year-Old Fernanda Becomes a Famous Prisoner

With all that’s happening in America, it’s no wonder many of us have never heard the story of 2-year-old Fernanda Jacqueline Dávila. This Tegucigalpa, Honduras native is probably the youngest prisoner to ever appear before a judge alone in the US. Fernanda is a little girl… a toddler with brown hair and eyes. For three months, she Read More…

Hurricane Harvey Leaves Beaumont Prisoners Stranded, Limited Communication with No Outside Support in 2017.
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Hurricane Florence: Prison Advocates File Lawsuit to Force Evacuations

South Carolina prison officials are not allowing inmates to evacuate two of its state prisons in the wake of Hurricane Florence. An advocacy group is fuming about it, filing a federal lawsuit to get prisoners to safety. Wednesday, Nexus Derechos Humanos Attorneys Inc. filed a 15-page legal complaint regarding the situation. The reports says that about Read More…

During Hurricane Katrina, hundreds of inmates were abandoned and left for dead by the Orleans Parish Sheriff's Department.
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SCDOC Makes Hundreds of Prisoners Suffer Through Hurricane Florence

The county surrounding MacDougall Correctional Facility is currently under a mandatory evacuation. This is due to the Category 4 Hurricane Florence headed that way. However, South Carolina DOC officials have no intentions on moving its inmates to safer facilities. Are SC Inmates in Danger of Hurricane Florence? Currently, more than 650 South Carolina prison inmates are being held Read More…