POPS—Pain Of the Prison System issued writing prompts to kids to encourage letter writing to their incarcerated fathers. Here's an example from one of the kids in the club.
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Michael A. Davis writes about the pain of the prison in his heart. The post My Pain in the Prison System appeared first on The Good Men Project.
One man's incarceration hell, magnified by the abandonment of his father, forces him to confront the deteriorated relationship upon his release. The post I Went To Prison And My Dad Never Called. Now I’m Calling Him. appeared first...
Mike Berry (dad of eight) opens up about the fears and worries he faced as a new father. The post A Letter of Encouragement to a Fearful First-Time Father appeared first on The Good Men Project.
It was difficult for some of the 2.7 million kids in the U.S. who have an incarcerated parent to celebrate Father’s Day. That’s why Google, in partnership with NGOs Pops the Club and Place4Grace, gave a few kids the opportunity to e...