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#cut50 Celebrates Dignity Act Georgia (HB 345) Taking Full Effect Today in Georgia Prisons, Marking Continued Success of Landmark Campaign to Ensure  Dignity for Incarcerated Women #cut50 Celebrates Dignity Act Georgia (HB 345) Taking Full Effect Today in Georgia Prisons, Marking Continued Success of Landmark Campaign to Ensure  Dignity for Incarcerated Women

#cut50 Celebrates Dignity Act Georgia (HB 345) Taking Full Effect Today in Georgia Prisons, Marking Continued Success of Landmark Campaign to Ensure Dignity for Incarcerated Women

The bill, signed into law by Governor Kemp in May after unanimous passage by the legislature, will improve state correctional facility standards for women across the state. ATLANTA, GA, October 1, 2019: Today, leading criminal... Read more
#cut50: In Major Criminal Justice Reform Win, Bipartisan Senate Subcommittee Proposes Full Funding for First Step Act & Robust Investments in Second Chance Programs #cut50: In Major Criminal Justice Reform Win, Bipartisan Senate Subcommittee Proposes Full Funding for First Step Act & Robust Investments in Second Chance Programs

#cut50: In Major Criminal Justice Reform Win, Bipartisan Senate Subcommittee Proposes Full Funding for First Step Act & Robust Investments in Second Chance Programs

Funding Agreement Reaffirms True Bipartisan Nature of First Step Act, Which Has Brought Together White House & Both Parties in Congress   WASHINGTON, D.C. [09/24/19]—Today, the leadership team at #cut50 announced that a key GOP-led... Read more
How #cut50 is Supporting Thousands of New Neighbors How #cut50 is Supporting Thousands of New Neighbors

How #cut50 is Supporting Thousands of New Neighbors

Nearly eight months ago, the First Step Act was signed into law by the President. On that day, it was nearly impossible to look ahead and see just how many lives that bill would impact... Read more
#cut50 Welcomes Home 2,200 New Neighbors #cut50 Welcomes Home 2,200 New Neighbors

#cut50 Welcomes Home 2,200 New Neighbors

Today, more than 2,200 incarcerated men and women are being released from federal prison under the First Step Act! When you’re incarcerated, even one extra day of freedom can be life-changing– especially if that day... Read more
Why I fought (and WON) for Dignity Why I fought (and WON) for Dignity

Why I fought (and WON) for Dignity

My name is Pamela Winn and I’m a formerly incarcerated woman. I’m also a Dignity for Incarcerated Women Ambassador with #cut50, fighting on the frontlines to change the very system I was once a part... Read more
Why I Dedicated Myself to Passing a Bill in Tennessee – and How I Did it. Why I Dedicated Myself to Passing a Bill in Tennessee – and How I Did it.

Why I Dedicated Myself to Passing a Bill in Tennessee – and How I Did it.

My name is Tray Johns and I fight for incarcerated women because I am a formerly incarcerated person myself. While I was incarcerated, I was treated as less than human and as a second class... Read more
A Mom’s Plea for Criminal Justice Reform A Mom’s Plea for Criminal Justice Reform

A Mom’s Plea for Criminal Justice Reform

My name is Ashleigh Carter. I go by many titles and wear many hats, but none are quite as important to me as ‘Mother’. And it is for this very reason that I am fighting... Read more
Father's Day – on the Outside Father's Day – on the Outside

Father's Day – on the Outside

I’m Fulton Leroy Washington and in 2016, I received clemency from President Barack Obama after serving 21 years in prison for a non-violent drug crime after being wrongfully convicted. When I was sentenced to life... Read more
Stepping up for people coming home from prison Stepping up for people coming home from prison

Stepping up for people coming home from prison

Today, something amazing happened at the White House – the #cut50 team stood alongside business leaders, influencers, cabinet officials, and the President to announce major improvements for people coming home from federal prison. An invitation to... Read more
Why My Mom and I Opened Up About My Incarceration – On Camera Why My Mom and I Opened Up About My Incarceration – On Camera

Why My Mom and I Opened Up About My Incarceration – On Camera

My name is Roy Waterman and for 12+ years, I was incarcerated. I’ve faced many challenges in my life and overcome many obstacles, but none more devastating or impactful for my family and myself than... Read more
 

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