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BOS (V) - A Day in the Life of an Incarcerated Woman (5pm ET)

It's 5:00 Somewhere

Friday, November 11 

5:00 pm eastern

A Day in the Life of An Incarcerated Woman

 bos framinghamm
 bos prison

What is prison life really like?
What are the challenges in returning to society?

Learn about life inside the prison walls of Massachusetts Correctional Institution in Framingham.  What are the challenges these women face in trying to return to their communities?   What can we do to help?

This prison opened in 1877 and was the second prison for women opened in the US.  It is the oldest female correctional institution (of those still in operation) in the US.  There are currently approximately 190 incarcerated women.

One incarcerated women has graciously agreed to share her story and experience with us.

A few dozen TTN women across many chapters have established valuable pen pal relationships with the women in MCI-Framingham.   

Bos Stacey Borden
Stacey Borden
Founder and Executive Director
Stacey  Borden, formerly incarcerated at Framingham a decade ago, is the Founder and Executive Director of New Beginnings Re-entry Services, Inc.
   NBRS' mission is to work to reduce recidivism by advocating for and providing services to women who are reentering local neighborhoods and communities. Some of their programs include Reducing Women's Trauma Through Dramatic Arts,  Licensed Drug & Alcohol Counseling, Covid Outreach & Education, and Trauma-Informed Svs.
Friday, November 11, 2022, 5:00 PM until 6:00 PM
Videoconference information will be provided in an email once payment is received.
Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Ginny Kiefer
Open to All
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Event fees are non-refundable.