Nebraska Gets 3rd FEARLESS Meeting

Nebraska, the birthplace of FEARLESS, is about to get its third FEARLESS meeting. The newest FEARLESS will meet on the second Saturday of the month, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., at Omaha’s Holy Family Church, 1715 Izard Street. The first meeting will be Saturday, June 8. Park on the street and enter the church from […]

Notice to the World: Those on the Registry Are NOT Second-class Citizens

by Sandy Rozek, NARSOL This is a special announcement about some special people. People who are affected by the registry laws are doing so many wonderful things. We have a group of great people in our Humans on the Registry Project – and we want more. Please check it out and apply if you have a positive […]

Watch the Trailer for ‘Untouchable’

Stream it starting January 15 on Amazon, iTunes and Google Play. FACT: More people are now listed on sex-offender registries than are currently in jail in the US. It’s an amazing statistic that illuminates one of the darkest corners of our criminal justice system: our fear-based approach to dealing with sex offenders. So why do we have these massive lists? Are […]

Participate in Survey on Impact of Registry

Dr. Danielle J.S. Bailey, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at the University of Texas at Tyler and her colleague, Dr. Jennifer Klein, are working on a research project that examines the impact of the sex offender registry on registered citizens’ employment experiences and overall economic situations. To collect data, they are using a survey questionnaire that asks […]

New Bruce Norris play ‘Downstate’ argues that sex offenders are people, to

From the Chicago Tribune | Sept. 30, 2018 Review by Chris Jones Excerpts:  “Downstate,” which is a co-production with the National Theatre in London and is blisteringly acted under the direction of Pam MacKinnon, dares to do something that even Bruce Norris has not done before: to ask an audience to gather and debate the […]