Arkansas Cure

Arkansas CURE works to promote rehabilitation for the benefit of the community as a whole, and of the incarcerated individual through meaningful criminal justice reform by advocating for meaningful change through the legislative process.

Arkansas CURE is one of many organizations that is networking resources and leveraging ideas into tangible benefits for all.

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AR-CURE quarterly newsletter January 2016
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Our quarterly newsletter is sent to our members. The prior newsletter will be posted after we send out the current issue.
Arkansas is No. 5 in U.S. for prisoner deaths
Overcrowding and ballooning costs, prisons are under scrutiny for failing to care for aging inmates.
Governor Hutchinson declared April 13 “Arkansas Community Reentry Day”
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Today was a chance for reentry advocates to take their message to the State Capitol.
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I was 14 years old
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In response to an article posted in the Arkansas CURE July 2015 newsletter about Juvenile Life Without Parole.
What A Life by A. Thrash
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I wrote this poem in 1981 or 1982. I wanted people to see that people had a life before they became incarcerated (some of us did anyway) and they lose something out of life from being incarcerated~that incarceration in and of itself is a painful form of punishment, without all the other things put on a person simply because they are locked up.
Prison Reform Advocates
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Arkansas Prison Reform Advocates prepare for the Special Legislative Session...
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