The WAR Call March 2020

This is the 6th edition of our Periodic Newsletter; a National publication from Women Against Registry. Click on the “Read More” link to view the pdf of the newsletter.

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The WAR Call March 2020 Condensed

This condensed edition of our newsletter is a B&W version with pictures and graphics removed. It is designed to be sent to prisons with restrictive mail limitations. Click on the “Read More” link to view the pdf of the newsletter.

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Sex Offender Laws Are Broken. These Women Are Working To Fix Them.

Standing up for the rights of a widely reviled group isn’t for the faint of heart. Bellucci is admired by other reformers because she didn’t join the movement to defend her brother or father or child; she did

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When a sex offender calls, she’s there to listen

As advocates reevaluate the value of offender registries, a women-led support line vows to offer help to those who feel shunned by their communities.  

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The Work of the Collateral Consequences Resource Center

SPEAKERS: Margaret Love and David Schlussel; the Executive Director and Deputy Director respectively, of the Collateral Consequences Resource Center; Margaret spoke to the focus of their work at the CCRC and talked about the record setting year (2019)

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The man who has to register as a sex offender based on lies

   ST. LOUIS – He’s the sex offender who’s innocent. According to the reported victims, Curtis Scott Hansen didn’t do it. Tuesday’s interview with Hansen is part of Fox 2’s ongoing investigation into why the Missouri justice

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CCEPA: Sex and the Citizen pt. 4 – Children’s Sexuality: What are we afraid of? – Judith Levine

A good history lesson about sex and many facts are presented here by Judith Levine. Learn how sex offenders were invented by many lairs in the last several hundred years. Judith Levine Author of Harmful to Minors: The

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The WAR Call December 2019

This is the 5th edition of our Periodic Newsletter; a National publication from Women Against Registry. Click on the “Read More” link to view the pdf of the newsletter.

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The WAR Call December 2019 Condensed

This condensed edition of our newsletter is a B&W version with pictures and graphics removed. It is designed to be sent to prisons with restrictive mail limitations. Click on the “Read More” link to view the pdf of the newsletter.

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Safe International Travel in the Age of the International Megan’s Law (IML), December 2019

SPEAKER: Paul Rigney; Retired Air Force Lieutenant Colonel, The Founder of Pecos Data Systems, and the Executive Director of RTAG or Registrant Travel Action Group Paul’s presentation was very informative. He spoke of the laws about international travel

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Clean Slate Legislation Will Give Fresh Start to Many Former Prisoners

November 18, 2019, 11:15 am Starting life over after leaving prison is difficult. I understand returning citizens face a lot of hurdles. Many prisoners have lost connections and relationships they had prior to coming to prison. Most have

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ANONYMOUS

February 10, 2019, 9:45 pm My story’s just too ugly to be told in public places. It’ll make you gasp, or cringe, or blush uncomfortably. It’ll probably make you angry, and rightfully so. I was controlling, cold-hearted, and cared only for

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Will someone please correct this journalist?!?

November 17, 2019, 6:48 pm Yuma, Arizona’s NBC News 11 just posted a horribly misleading article titled, “Released to Reoffend: News 11 investigates the sex offender next door.” The irresponsible news story makes the absurdly inaccurate statement that

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Every Life Matters: From Forced Housing on Death Row in Florida To Living Free in Europe as a Human Rights Advocate, November 2019

SPEAKER: Steven Whitsett; Human Rights Advocate This is a fascinating talk by a very interesting speaker.  Steven talks about his journey through life in Florida and his struggles in dealing with the judicial system; he speaks to how

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Can Someone Who Commits Murder Reform?

September 10, 2019, 11:08 am On September 7, 2019 NBC aired a special with Lester Holt on Angola prison in Louisiana. Angola is the largest prison in the United States, and it used to be considered the most

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How Do We Measure Remorse?

October 14, 2019, 12:40 am Everyone responds to shame and fear in different ways. Some responses are very visible and public. Others are private and unseen. This variety of responses is perhaps no more obvious than in how

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Radical Act of Forgiveness Makes National News

October 8, 2019, 10:13 am I used to love watching the news to stay caught up on current events. As a teenager and younger man, I had an interest in politics, so the news fed my interest. But

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Esymposium

Clicking on this will take you to the E-symposium conference web site where you can install the software and join the conference using your computer or smart phone.

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