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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Food Insecurity and Collateral Consequences of Punishment Amidst the COVID‐19 Pandemic

SNAP and TANF restrictions provide a useful window into the insidious and spiteful nature of some collateral consequences of criminal ...
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The Sentencing Project

Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant has signed criminal justice reform legislation that will ease reentry for people returning home from prison. Among the ...
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Food for thought: Prison food is a public health problem

Research confirms that prison food is not just gross; it is often nutritionally inadequate. A recent report from Washington provides ...
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Connections 2018

A guide for formerly incarcerated peoplein New York City, Twenty-Third Edition. Connections was first created in 1982 by Steve Likosky, ...
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