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Breaking the Barriers for Women on Parole
Michael E. Alpert (ed). Addresses the challenges posed by the 10,000 women in California’s prisons & the 12,000 women on parole for the State of California’s vast & underperforming network of health, education, human service, & criminal justice programs. Most of these women have been both victim & offender, & most of them have children. This report follows up on a 2003 report on parole policies by examining the State’s efforts to break the cycle of violence, crime & addiction by female offenders. Contents: Introduction; Changing Lives Through Community Intervention; Background; A Correctional Strategy for Female Offenders; Preparing for Success; A Re-entry Model to Reduce Recidivism; Conclusion; Appendices. Charts & tables.
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Gershwin in His Time: A Biographical Scrapbook, 1919-1937
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Sexual Harassment: Women Speakout
Women Warriors: A History
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