Tired of Being on Parole Supervision after Incarceration

I am so grateful to be home that I rarely find space to complain about little mundane facts about life. For me, every day that I wake up on this side of society is a good day. That brings to mind that old saying, “Your worst day in society is better than your best in prison.” Still, I have moments when I wish I were not on parole. Continue reading

Women Involved in Reentry Efforts on Sirius XM Radio – Station 141

Renee Nash, Director of Information and Public Affairs for WHUR has invited 3 women of The W.I.R.E. – Women Involved in Reentry Efforts (Lashonia Etheridge-Bey, Trina Robinson, and Stephanie M. Johnson) to be featured on Sirius XM Radio: Station 141. The Show entitled “The Sighlent Storm” is a broadcasted nationally. Tomorrow the women of the W.I.R.E. will be on the air at 10:00 until 11:00 tomorrow Saturday, July 19th. We will be discussing aspects of domestic violence and how it contributes to the incarceration rate among women.

The show can also be heard online at www.whurworld.com