Straight Talk with Lawrence Weekly Julia, Prison: The Hidden Sentence TM (PTHS) founder, is getting the word out about organizations that are providing support to people with loved ones in the prison system. She was interviewed by Clark County’s Commissioner Lawrence Weekly on … [Read more...]
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Julia Shares Her Victim to Hero Story International speaker, trainer, and digital media expert, Christina Aldan, interviewed Prison the Hidden Sentence's Julia Lazareck. Christina has a "Lucky Girl" podcast with a special "Transformational Series". She interviewed Julia … [Read more...]
Prison the Hidden Sentence™ and Friends and Family of Incarcerated Persons: Two Organizations With a Common Goal Julia Lazareck, CEO and founder of Prison the Hidden Sentence™, and president of Friends and Family of Incarcerated Persons (FFIP) presented to the Toastmasters … [Read more...]
Family Support for Incarcerated Daughter A couple of years ago our daughter did get out, and nobody wanted to even recognize her because she was a felon...and that's a shame. TRANSCRIPT: (Minor edits for easier reading) Today I'm here today with a couple who had an … [Read more...]
Step-daughter in and out of prison When somebody goes into prison, it affects the whole family. TRANSCRIPT: (Minor edits for easier reading) Today I’m here with Annabel who has a step-daughter that was in and out of the prison system for many years. Her step-daughter is … [Read more...]
26 Years on the Outside of the Steel Cage - A Daughter's Story Today I’m here with La'Jordawn, daughter of Obadyah Ben-Yisrayl, who is serving life in prison. La'Jordawn has never known her father outside of prison. She was born when her father was facing the death penalty … [Read more...]
Cold Case Murder Reopened Today I’m here with Kristal who has a really interesting story she wants to tell us about and what she’s gone through having her brother in prison. Listen to interview here: TRANSCRIPT: (Edited for easier reading) I’m the youngest of three. … [Read more...]
He's Still Not a White Man Just take a second and imagine what it would be like to be incarcerated since 1991. Some of you weren’t even born yet! Think of all of the changes in the world since then that you’d get to see, but not touch or be a part of. That’s how Obadyah … [Read more...]