Supporting Formerly Incarcerated Individuals: Simple Ways to Get Involved During April's 'Second Chance Month'
As mentioned in the White House proclamation on March 31, 2022, "Second Chance Month" is celebrated during April. It is meant to "reaffirm the importance of helping formerly incarcerated people re-enter society." In so many words, the celebration seeks to give opportunities to former inmates in the form of jobs, resources, training, and skills to support them in re-entering society following a period of incarceration.[i]
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The month that celebrates poets and poetry is April
Most people say no or look at you with a blank stare or a shrug. A poem speaks overtly or covertly to you with words and their meaning. The sound in each sentence with its ebb and flow can produce shock and awe or loud guffaws. April is National Poetry Month. The acronym for this month is #NaPoWriMo. There is also a global poetry effort called #GloPoWriMo. Both encourage people to write poetry every day in April. Prompts are distributed on many sites to give you a catalyst to create new work.
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April is Autism Acceptance Month
April is Autism Acceptance MonthPhoto by Polina Kovaleva. Many of us know someone with autism, which makes this month and World Autism Day, April 2nd, all the more significant to each one of us. This month is not only about bringing awareness to autism, but it is about helping others to understand how inclusivity matters for those who have been diagnosed with autism.