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Women Serving Time in Prison

Send us your questions about women serving prison sentences via livechat or Twitter while you listen Friday to our prerecorded conversation at the Craine House.

This week on Noon Edition, we’ll hear from women who are finishing their prison sentences and preparing to make the leap back into society.

Photo: Bonnie Layton

This week on Noon Edition, we’ll hear from moms who are serving prison sentences and preparing to make the leap back into society.

We’re taking Noon Edition on the road this week. As part of our continuing series “A Walk Behind the Wire: Women in Indiana’s Prisons,” this week’s Noon Edition is a conversation at the Craine House, an alternative sentencing facility in Indianapolis.

Women in the facility are allowed to serve their prison sentences while living at the Craine House with their preschool-aged children. We’ll hear from women who are finishing their prison sentences and preparing to make the leap back into society.

Send us your questions for the women before Thursday afternoon’s taping by emailing us at noonedition@wfiu.org, or by tweeting us @noonedition.

Listen in Friday at 12 p.m. to hear the prerecorded conversation, and participate in our livechat to discuss the show while it airs.

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