Support Women Transitioning Out of the Criminal Justice System Through a Storytelling Activity
Learn how the criminal justice system works through a storytelling program led by a rehabilitated individual.
1.5 hours
7 to
Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Best to book 2 weeks in advance

What you’ll do

This nonprofit works to help women transition out of correctional systems and prepares them for integration into society through workforce development training, as well as guidance on improving their health and wellness. Through this program, the nonprofit has helped reduce the 3-year recidivism state in Arizona from 38% to 10%. 

Through an informative webinar, your team will gain a deeper understanding about the criminal justice system, as well as the current state of re-entry in Arizona and the United States as a whole. 

After a brief introduction to the organization, your team will be asked to assess their current views on the criminal justice system, particularly as it relates to re-entry and what it takes to successfully rejoin society.

Together, you will then interact with two of the nonprofit’s experienced storytellers who have been directly impacted by the American criminal justice system and listen to their stories focused on their re-entry. After the storytelling session, participants can ask questions. As the activity ends, you and your team will have the opportunity to reassess your initial views.

The agenda for this experience is as follows:

  • Opening and Introductions (5 minutes)
  • About the Organization (5 minutes)
  • Views Assessment Activity and Polls (10 minutes)
  • Re-Entry Simulation (15 minutes)
  • Storytelling Sessions (20 to 30 minutes)
  • Q&A (15 to 20 minutes)
  • Views Reassessment (5 minutes)
  • Closing (5 minutes)

What else you should know

  • This experience will be conducted over Zoom. 

How you’ll make an impact

Women & Girls
Social Justice
Your contribution is used for providing services and necessities, including: clothing, hygiene products, employment preparedness training, and financial advice to individuals recently released from the criminal justice system.

This nonprofit is a modern, innovative, second-chance movement for women transitioning out of the correctional system, and helps restore individuals, rebuild families, and positively impact communities.

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