2020 Annual Report

This has been a critical year for The Ladies of Hope Ministries and those we serve. For many, the trauma and hardships experienced as a result of the criminal legal system were further exacerbated by the dual pandemics of COVID-19 and a continuing cycle of anti-Black racism, violence, and murder at the hands of police. Our work has been more important than ever.
We're proud to have strengthened our core programs, opened our first Hope House outside of the NYC area, and laid a foundation to ensure that America's promise of justice for all becomes a reality. We are happy to share our first-ever Annual Report and hope that it reflects our hard work and commitment. With your support, we will continue to build a resilient and stable platform to meet the needs of women and girls who are affected by America's criminal legal system.

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The Sexual Assault to Prison Pipeline

Violence against girls is a painfully American tale. It is a crisis of national proportions that cuts across every divide ...
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Women In Prison Seeking Justice Behind Bars

Overview – The U.S. Commission on Human Rights authored a comprehensive report on the Federal Civil Rights Protections for Incarcerated ...
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A Shared Sentence

The devastating toll of parental incarceration on kids,  families and communities policy report kids Count, Annie E. Casey Foundation PUBLICATION: ...
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Mass Incarceration: A major Cause of Hunger

by Marlysa D. Gamblin. Bread for the World Institute provides policy analysis on hunger and poverty, as well as strategies ...
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