ELLA Foundation Blog

Currently Under Reconstruction: Update from Charity Lee

Time again to be an open book...

Posted by: Charity Lee on May 4, 2018 2:46:13 AM

Topics: Charity Lee, Motherhood, Paris Lee Bennett, anti-death penalty, capital punishment, Donations, fundraising, media in the prisons, prison writing, TDCJ, The ELLA Foundation, unconditional love, murdered child, grief, death anniversary, birthday of deceased loved one, healing from grief, My Son Was Arrested, Parenting, Parenting a child in prison, Prison, Starving for Justice, How to Cope in Prison, Helping Incarcerated Women, Becoming Miss Burton, Haters

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16 Things To Learn From Unconditional Love...

 

Posted by: Charity Lee on Dec 29, 2017 11:23:01 PM

Topics: blog, Charity Lee, Motherhood, One For Ten, Paris Lee Bennett, anti-death penalty, capital punishment, Donations, essays of the incarcerated, prison writing, TDCJ, The ELLA Foundation, unconditional love, murdered child, grief, death anniversary, birthday of deceased loved one, healing from grief, My Son Was Arrested, How to Deal with The Police, Parenting, Parenting a child in prison, Prison, Starving for Justice, How to Cope in Prison, Helping Incarcerated Women, Becoming Miss Burton, Women and Children in Poverty

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10 Facts About Incarcerated Women and Their Children in America

From Becoming Miss Burton

link to purchase the book on Amazon

Posted by: Adam Singer on Jul 6, 2017 11:45:00 AM

Topics: Charity Lee, Motherhood, One For Ten, anti-death penalty, capital punishment, Donations, fundraising, prison writing, TDCJ, The ELLA Foundation, unconditional love, murdered child, grief, death anniversary, birthday of deceased loved one, healing from grief, My Son Was Arrested, How to Deal with The Police, Parenting, Parenting a child in prison, Prison, Starving for Justice, How to Cope in Prison, Helping Incarcerated Women, Becoming Miss Burton, Women and Children in Poverty

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Starvin For Justice How to Change People's Minds About the Death Penalty

Starvin' For Justice

You can change people's minds about the death penalty, but first you need to create a teachable moment. The ELLA Foundation is proud to sponsor Starvin’ for Justice this year in Washington from June 29th to July 2nd. The event promises to create teachable moments for the thousands of people who pass by the US Supreme Court every week.

Posted by: Adam Singer on Jun 20, 2017 10:30:19 AM

Topics: Starving for Justice

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