The Incarceration Trap 2
Session Date and Time
Thursday, August 19, 2021 at 5:00:00 PM UTC
As incarceration was once something to be avoided and rejected, in some communities it is now expected and accepted. There is a rising trend in incarceration numbers for black males and females over the past three decades. The trend is so high that it can only be described as a pattern of mass incarceration. According to recent data, blacks are incarcerated five times more than whites making up nearly half the prison population. Additionally, Black youth have the highest rate of involvement in the juvenile justice system. A return to the traditional family is a fundamental part in reversing this devastating trend.
Apostle Alvin Deal
Apostle Alvin Deal is founder and Pastor Of Faith Christian Center Church in Greenwood, South Carolina. He and his wife, Georgia have three children and seven grandchildren. Apostle Deal is a community activist that is deeply involved in his community. He travels the state and country providing workshops, seminars, and presentations for schools, businesses, community groups and other organizations. Apostle Deal has served in many different capacities in the community such as: Greenwood Chamber of Commerce Board Member, Lander Foundation Board Member, and Piedmont Technical College Foundation Board Member…just to name a few.