Mass Rehablitation as a resolve to Ending Mass Incarceration
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The stories/ letters that are shown here are directly from men and women who are incarcerated within a County Jail, State or Federal Prison. These stories were not altered or modified in anyway
Highlighted here is FTIO's monthly success stories! These Men/ Women were able to beat the odds by transitioning from prison back into the community successfully, building bright futures for themselves!!!
Prison From-TheInside-out Inc. is a Nonprofit Organization, Media Website, Blog, & Open Chat forum.
F.T.I.O. is on a mission to lower recidivism rates, by implementing Innovative Curriculum, Reentry Services, & Spiritual Guidance!
We focus on Mass rehabilitation as a resolve to Mass Incarceration!
Your support and contributions are what make the goals here at Prison From-TheInside-Out Inc. Possible. Thank You!
The Self-Control Program is a 12 week curriculum, which consist of 24 assignments that breakdown into 24 subtitles pertaining to Self-Control, which challenges the participants to complete two writing assignments (essays) per week.
We'd like to thank the visionary & Author of our programs, E'drick Brown (V-70186). E'drick is currently incarcerated and housed in the general population of California's maximum security prison system,and has been since the year of 2003.
The Poetry slam Program originated in Ca High Desert State Prison in 2016. The Program ran 3 years straight to 2018 allowing the men who are housed there to creatively express themselves through art. CDCR also ran an ad for three years supporting the Poetry Slam Program highlighting the warden's excitement about the success of the program!
Real-Life Scenarios that compel one to think before they act, then evaluate their responses which will enable the participants to understand the outcome of their own choices.
The P.O.P allows the incarcerated to play the role of Mentor to at risk youth. Men and Women who meet the criteria will be selected based on their BIO to participate. The BIO's selected will then be used in a 12-week curriculum to share with Juvenile population in hopes of straying negative behavior.
The Accepting Responsibility Letter is a 6-week Victim Impact class. Which Encourages the student to write a letter to the victim expressing remorse for the crimes committed as well as sharing rehabilitation growth since incarceration. (Victims are encouraged to respond by letter to their offender)
FTIO's 1st most popular program has gained attention Nationwide. The incarcerated population is generally left voiceless, The BIO Program has given incarcerated men and women the opportunity to tell their stories and become unmuted. The stories/Letters are shared on this website and on all FTIO Social Media Platforms with over 5000 following and growing rapidly. We encourage all Participation.
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Below is our Letter/story participant packets.
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Michael Astorga was convicted in the shooting death of a New Mexico Sheriff's Deputy 13 years ago. His case was the last to be tried in New Mexico before the death penalty was removed. Listen to the forensic scientist, alibi witnesses, and investigators who worked on the case . Be the Judge yourself. This is Part 1 featuring Dr. Michael Spence a renowned Forensic Scientist who also testified during Astorga's trial.
Felipe Rodriguez was sentenced to 25 years to life. He was Exonerated 12/30/2019 based on the person who accused him lying and evidence showing that police failed to disclose information. https://www.law.umich.edu/special/exoneration/pages/casedetail.aspx?caseid=5660