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To establish a scholarships for the children of incarcerated parents, and for students of Caribbean and West Indies decadents; to establish a curriculum for criminal prevention for Elementary through High Schools students, and finally to provide other solutions within our society that will prevent and decrease the numbers of individuals going and or returning to prison within the United States.
Prison Inmate Day (PID)is celebrated on November 1, of each year, we are requesting that you light a candle (: only when you are at home ;) to concentrate on all inmates: Some inmate did not commit the crime, some inmates leave and then return to jail. Let us call upon the universe to correct the problems we have on the streets, and in our families, so that we can keep our children out of prison and out of trouble.
by Pamela Peters June 18, 2008
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To establish a scholarships for the children of incarcerated parents, and for students of Caribbean and West Indies decadents; to establish a curriculum for criminal prevention for Elementary through High Schools students, and finally to provide other solutions within our society that will prevent and decrease the numbers of individuals going and or returning to prison within the United States.
Prison Inmate Day (PID)is celebrated on November 1, of each year, we are requesting that you light a candle (: only when you are at home ;) to concentrate on all inmates: Some inmate did not commit the crime, some inmates leave and then return to jail. Let us call upon the universe to correct the problems we have on the streets, and in our families, so that we can keep our children out of prison and out of trouble.
by Pamela Peters June 18, 2008

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