Monthly Archives: February 2014

Seeing Seedling From the Inside

Five Months as a VISTA Re-blogged from the UT VISTA Blog February 3, 2014 As I approach the halfway point of my year as a VISTA, and as a recruiter, I’ve long since gotten the elevator pitch for my organization … Continue reading

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When Children Have No Say

“The children of prisoners are guaranteed nothing. They have committed no crime, but the penalty they are required to pay is steep. They forfeit, too often, much of what matters to them: their homes, their safety, their public status and … Continue reading

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