Month: May 2018

Posted in CAN-DO in the Media CAN-DO News

CANDO goes to the White House, quoted in the Washington Examiner

CANDO president Amy Povah attended the White House Summit on prison reform as mentioned in the Washington Examiner:   Read the entire story here.

Amy Povah, founder of the CAN-DO Foundation, said that she left the White House optimistic about … Read the rest

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Posted in CAN-DO News

CANDO participated in White House work shop on women’s issues

CAN-DO President, Amy Povah was invited to the White House Summit on prison reform and asked to share her hard-earned knowledge about Women’s Issues related to incarceration.  CAN-DO supports the First Step Act and is working hard to garner support … Read the rest

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Posted in Uncategorized

Alicia Kay Estabrook

Alicia Estabrook – 10839-059
46 yrs old
white
between washington state and N.D.(Bismarck)
Bismarck N.D. (belourt reservation N.D.)
Bismarck N.D.
Poss. Of A FireARM By A Felon
ACCA min-max 15 YEARS
dECEMBER 2010
8 years
Assault 1992 violent, 1991 burglary … Read the rest

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Posted in Activism Education

CAN-DO’s official statement regarding BOP Book memo

The CAN-DO Foundation has been notified (May 3) that the BOP has finally issued a statement regarding the BOP Book policy which will be suspended.  We are not convinced it has been “cancelled” so we wait to see what the … Read the rest

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Posted in Pot Prisoners Top 25 Men

Ismael Lira – Life for pot

Please sign Ismael Lira’s change.org petition

Name: Ismael Lira #45946-180
Age: 42
Race: American. Mom Was Born in Del Rio, Dad in Mexico.
Raised: Texas
Tried: Texas
Will live: Del Rio
Charged: Conspiracy
Sentence: Life without parole
Sentenced on: October … Read the rest

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