Surviving Mass Incarceration March 9, 2019 from 12pm - 4pm
Kuumba Charter School 1200 N. French St., Wilm., DE 19801
Out of the Ashes focuses on a community issue which is growing in prevalence amongst school-aged children throughout the country. Absentee incarcerated parents. It is estimated that over 2 million children in the United States have incarcerated parents. These rates are exacerbated in poor and minority communities. Out of the Ashes allows for school-aged children to begin healing from the trauma caused by having an absentee parent.
Our 45 minutes drama therapy presentation is an engaging and captivating intervention which has the following expected outcomes:
In addition, this presentation is accompanied by a question and answer period. A supplemental drama therapy workshop is recommended. This workshop helps to further the emotional healing and restoration process.
We would be honored to bring this powerful and relevant presentation to your organization. Please feel free to contact them with any questions about the power and impact of the presentation.
Esteban Parra, The News Journal - July 8, 2016
Like any father and son, Coley Harris and 24-year-old Ahmarr Melton have had their ups and downs.
For 14 years, Harris was in prison serving a second-degree murder sentence, often wondering how his son was doing.
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We would be honored to bring this powerful and relevant presentation to your organization.
Please feel free to contact them with any questions about the power and impact