The technology utilized by Flikshop isn’t complex but the idea behind it is genius. Upon reentering society, prisoners face a host of legal barriers and social stigmas that can prevent them from finding employment. They will need and rely on their families more than ever before. But if family relations atrophy through a lack of communication and contact, prisoners won’t have the robust family support to fall back on when they get released. And that lack of support can easily lead former prisoners back to crime. … [Read more...] about True criminal justice reform requires family support
Discuss 3 contributing factors that lead to restorative justice
Shortly before his call with Putin, Biden spoke to NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, reassuring him of the United States’s commitment to the West’s post-World War II military pact that was formed as an alliance against the threat of Russian aggression. … [Read more...] about Biden, Putin Discuss Nuclear Deal, Navalny, Cyber-Espionage and US Troop Bounties
Wall said Tuesday's game wasn't too emotional but that he expects to feel more when he returns to Washington later this season. He added that he's tired of talking about his former team and doesn't want to discuss the Wizards again until that game on Feb. 15. … [Read more...] about Wall scores 24 to lead Rockets over Wizards 107-88
"These are practices that impact the whole society," said Issa Coulibaly, the head of Pazapas-Belleville, another organization taking part in the case. Like a downward spiral, profiling hurts youths' "feeling of belonging" to the life of the nation and "reinforces prejudices of others to this population." … [Read more...] about Class Action Lawsuit Opened Over Racial Profiling by French Police
Here’s the second panel today: Susan Bailey, president, American Medical Association; John Banovetz, chief technology officer, 3M; Mayor Sharon Weston Broome (D), Baton Rouge, La.; John Brownstein, chief innovation officer, Boston Children's Hospital; Sree Chaguturu, chief medical officer, CVS; Daniel Dawes, director, Satcher Health Leadership Institute; Peter Hotez, co-director, Center for Vaccine Development, Texas Children's Hospital; Margaret Moss, associate professor in nursing, University of British Columbia; Jay Timmons, president and CEO, National Association of Manufacturers; Wes Wheeler, president, UPS Healthcare; and Rep. Brad WenstrupBrad Robert WenstrupOvernight Health Care: Biden takes steps to boost number of vaccine doses sent to states | CDC researchers find 'little evidence' of major school outbreaks, with precautions | Eli Lilly says antibody combo significantly cuts COVID-19 death risk The Hill's Morning Report - Biden argues for legislative patience, urgent … [Read more...] about The Hill’s Morning Report – Biden seeks vaccine for all by summer; Trump censure?