Jim Luce on Prison Reform

Jim Luce tasted prison as an activist in the 1980’s when he was arrested with 200 other demonstrators marching with the Irish Lesbian & Gay Association in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Manhattan.  He spent a day in Manhattan’s infamous Tombs.  One of Jim’s mentors with Fundamentalists Anonymous (FA) was the Rev, Bill Weber of New York Theological Seminary who was heavily involved with prison chaplaincies.  Since then, Jim has become a support of The Osborne Association and through this institution visited Rikers Island and Sing Sing.

  1. NYS Prisons: Scrapheaps or Repair Shops?
  2. Prison Reform Advocate on Reflection, Remorse, Responsibility
  3. Miss America Advocates for Prison Reform on Park Avenue
  4. Riveting Speech on Prison Reform from Family Experience
  5. Inspirational Evening at Sing Sing
  6. Eyewitness: A Fresh Start at Rikers Island
  7. Son & Mother’s Remarks on Prison Bring Down House on Park Ave
  8. Eyewitness: New Dawn in Philippines thru PREDA Boys’ Home

Father and son at a Fresh Start graduation and ceremony on Rikers Island. Photo: Osborne Association.

Pinterest album on Prisons.

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