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Reentry Perspectives from Native American/Alaska Native Reentrants - Contiguous U.S. Panelists

Event Dates
Eastern
Location
Online

The webinar will feature formerly incarcerated individuals sharing their lived experiences. As they have transitioned from prisons or jails back into their community, the panelists will talk about strategies and interventions that facilitated their own reentry process. It is their hope that as they share their experiences of being incarcerated and transitioning back to the community, advocates and other practitioners will understand their reentry process through their eyes.

Learning objectives:

  • Hear panelists share their lived experiences and learn how reentry services impact those experiences.
  • Learn how reentry services may need to adapt to fill gaps in services.
  • View the reentry process from a new perspective to broaden their own worldview.

Event Type
Webinar
Event Option(s)
Live, Online
Sponsor(s) / Host(s)
Bureau of Justice Assistance, American Probation and Parole Association Tribal Community Corrections Support Center
Contact
Register online
Date Created: November 18, 2020