C.A.R.E. Monthly Meeting 1st Wednesday at 10am
Willie Hinton Neighborhood Center
3805 W. 12th St. Little Rock
FOOD IN PRISON PROJECT SURVEY
Food is a fundamental part of the human experience. What and how we eat has a profound effect on our physical health, mental and emotional well-being, and sense of dignity. We believe that people who are incarcerated – like all people – deserve to eat in a way that promotes long-term wellness, strengthens connection to others, and recognizes their humanity. Impact Justice’s Food in Prison Project is documenting the short- and long-term effects of eating in confinement, analyzing the structures that have created our current system, and identifying opportunities for change. In order to do this, we need your assistance. Please help us collect data and stories about the impact of the prison food experience on people across the United States through our Food in Prison survey. The primary audience of the survey is people who have been incarcerated and experienced eating in confinement firsthand. We also welcome friends, family, and community members who have been affected by this issue, as well as the general public, to share their thoughts on food in prisons through the survey.
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