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California State University, Dominguez Hills
University of Wisconsin, Parkside
Soka University Japan - Transcend Art and Peace
Created: September 6, 2002
Latest Update: November 8, 2005

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Week of November 6, 2005

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    From CRMJ/SOCA 363: Corrections

    Stefnee Goines wrote on Tuesday, November 8th:
    On the prisoner re-entry handout

    I personally am not afraid or startled by the facts of prisoner reentry becuase most of the inamtes I know and that are reentering society are mainly in priosn on charges of selling drugs and most of them continue to go back to jail or prison shortly after their release because they feel they can't make it in society because jail, prison, and selling drugs is all they know.

    stefnee -- how can prisoner re-entry be improved? a possible creative measure, too.

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    From CRMJ 365 : Race, Crime, Law

    Stefnee Goines wrote on Tuesday, November 8th:
    On the Japanese-American Internment and Fellman

    In terms of Fellman, Even though they had to go through very distrubing things (adversarialism), the Japanese still came together (mutuality) to stand up for themselves.

    stefnee -- a good start but can you elaborate on this further?

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