Where I’m From (Spoken Word)
A poem written and performed by Muhibb Dyer, co-founder of Flood the Hood with Dreams and featured in the documentary MILWAUKEE 53206.
Walk with Them: The God of Second Chances
Rev. Dr. Harold Dean Trulear, the National Director of Healing Communities, discusses how faith groups have a special role in supporting returning citizens and the families of those affected by excessive jail sentencing.
Flood the Hood with Dreams
Muhibb Dyer, co-founder of Flood the Hood with Dreams, addresses school children on how to channel their potential into community change and personal fulfillment.
Evangelical Leaders Stand Up for Criminal Justice Reform
On June 20th, 2017, 100 Evangelical Christian leaders launched the Justice Declaration to confront the immorality of excessive jail sentencing. Since then, 2,452 other Christian leaders – and counting – have signed showing the momentum to stop mass incarceration.
Helping Men and Women Leaving Prison Make a Positive and Permanent Return to Milwaukee
Mass incarceration robs communities across the US of their young men and women of color. Further, there are very few open doors for folks with a record. Project Return has been working to open doors for 34 years in Milkwaukee, WI.
Combatting Bigotry: Incarceration and The Bible
The Rev. Dr. Harold Dean Trulear, National Director of Healing Communities, gives practical steps on how to combat bigotry.