Are Victims’ Rights and Prisoner Redemption Compatible? By Brian E. Moran, Esq.

Progressive Prison Project  Innocent Spouse & Children Project Greenwich, Connecticut Are Victims’ Rights and  Prisoner Redemption Compatible?  By Brian E. Moran, Esq. As I travel across Connecticut advocating in favor of right-sizing our prison system, I have encountered audience members who question what prison reform will do for victims. I am quick to point out that…

The Justice Imperative Book Review, by Kam Williams

Progressive Prison Project  Innocent Spouse & Children Project Greenwich, Connecticut The Justice Imperative Book Review By KamWilliams The Justice Imperative: How Hyper-Incarceration Has Hijacked the American Dream by Brian E. Moran, Esq.   Significance Press   Paperback, $9.99                                                                      186 pages, Illustrated ISBN: 978-0-9886509-7-8  Book Review by Kam Williams             “Our criminal justice system is in…

TEDx SingSing: December 3, 2014

Progressive Prison Project  Innocent Spouse & Children Project  Greenwich, Connecticut TEDx Sing Sing: December 3, 2014 Sometimes an event comes along that is so important and groundbreaking for our community that we are jumping out of our skin – this is one of them.  Sean Pica and the Hudson Link education people at Sing Sing…

ReentrySurvivors.com: Dwight Dickerson, M.A.

Progressive Prison Project  Innocent Spouse & Children Project  Greenwich, Connecticut ReentrySurvivors.com: Dwight Dickerson, M.A. Authenticity: Being truthful to oneself  and others is the key to maneuvering  through the reentry process Dwight Dickerson, MA, Community PsychologistPresident/CEO Tri-Cord LLC New Haven, CT As there are as many days in the week, months in a year there are…

ReentrySurvivors.com: Willie Hayes

Progressive Prison Project Innocent Spouse & Children Project Greenwich, Connecticut ReentrySurvivors.com:  Willie Hayes “Seek to do what most aren’t willing to do now,  so that you will be able to do what most can’t do later” – Willie Hayes My name is Willie Hayes and I’m so pleased to take this opportunity to express the reality…

Kenneth Ireland, Wrongfully Convicted Of Murder, Appointed To Connecticut Parole Board By Malloy

Progressive Prison Project  Innocent Spouse & Children Project Greenwich, Connecticut Kenneth Ireland, Wrongfully Convicted  Of Murder, Appointed To Connecticut Parole Board By Malloy Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy Appoints  Kenneth Ireland To Connecticut  Board of Pardons And Paroles,  Ireland Was Wrongfully Convicted Of Murder  and Served Two Decades In Connecticut Prisons. _____________________ Congratulations to Connecticut Governor…