You do the crime, you do the time. *
My father is incarcerated, his imprisonment doesn’t affect my daily routine. I didn’t do anything so why would I be impacted?
I visit because he is sill my family, family shouldn’t give up on each other.
*In response to the following facts:
Did you know?
One in every 28 adults were in prison, jail, or in probation or parole in PA in 2009 (Pew Report, 2009)
There are more than 1.7 million children in the United Stated with an incarcerated parent including one in 15 African American children, one in 42 Hispanic children and one in 111 caucasian children. (The Sentencing Project 2009)
Over half of incarcerated fathers reported that they were the primary source of financial support for their children prior to their incarceration. (Glaze and Maruschak Incarceration and the Family: A review of Research and Promising Approaches for Serving Fathers and Families, 2008)