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Weston Forum: Former White-Collar Criminal Turns Focus to Spirituality and Helping Others, by Gregory Menti – Reporter

Reprinted from The Weston Forum,  May 12, 2016 Spirituality wasn’t always a word in Jeff Grant’s lexicon, but after a near 14-month stint in prison for committing a white-collar crime, Grant isn’t just practicing spirituality, he’s preaching it. In 2012, Grant and his wife, Lynn Springer, co-founded an outreach ministry called Progressive Prison Project/Innocent Spouse…

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Huffington Post: The spiritual solution for re-entry after prison, by Jennifer Danielle Crumpton

Years ago, Rev. Jeff Grant spent 14 months in Federal prison for a white-collar crime. Today, Jeff is the Director of Progressive Prison Ministries, the the first ministry in the United States created to provide counseling, advocacy and resources to individuals and families with white-collar and other nonviolent incarceration struggles. The organization, founded by Grant…

Business Insider: This is what it's like when the 1% go to jail, according to a couple that ministers to their families, by Rachael Levy

Shame. Ostracism. A shift to food stamps. This is a harsh reality for the families of white-collar criminals — hedge fund managers convicted of insider trading, or bankers nabbed for embezzlement. Sure, these are some of the world’s most privileged people, and incarceration certainly ruins lives across the economic spectrum. So these “one-percenters” garner no…

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Business Insider: This is what it’s like when the 1% go to jail, according to a couple that ministers to their families, by Rachael Levy

Shame. Ostracism. A shift to food stamps. This is a harsh reality for the families of white-collar criminals — hedge fund managers convicted of insider trading, or bankers nabbed for embezzlement. Sure, these are some of the world’s most privileged people, and incarceration certainly ruins lives across the economic spectrum. So these “one-percenters” garner no…